MS Dietetics and Nutrition Course Sequence

An individual Graduate Studies Plan (GSP), with a sequence of course work and practicums (if applicable) to be completed, will be created for each student in consultation with their academic advisor.

The Dietetics and Nutrition (DN) didactic courses are delivered primarily online to facilitate access to the MS in Dietetics and Nutrition degree statewide. There will be a minimal (a maximum of one week per semester) face-to-face, Anchorage-based, meeting requirement in some courses.  The face-to-face meeting will be held mid-semester in the fall and spring semesters.  

 

Full-Time Plan

  Fall Semester (11 Credits) Spring Semester (12 Credits)  Summer Semester (5-8 Credits)
Year 1

DN A641 Clinical Nutrition Assessment (4 credits)

DN A630 Applied Research in Nutrition (3 credits)

HS or NS A625 Biostatistics for Health Professionals (3 credits)

DN A698 or DN A699 Dietetics & Nutrition Graduate Project or Thesis (1 credits)

DN A615 Public Health Nutrition (3 credits) 

DN A650 The Business of Dietetics (3  credits)

DN A642 Advanced Clinical Nutrition (4 credits)

DN A698 or DN A699 Dietetics & Nutrition Graduate Project or Thesis (2 credits)  

Elective credit (1-4)

DN A698 or DN A699 Dietetics & Nutrition Graduate Project or Thesis (3 credits)

 

 

 

 

Part-Time Plan

  Fall Semester (6-7 credits) Spring Semester (6-7 credits)  Summer Semester (4 credits)
Year 1

DN A641 Clinical Nutrition Assessment (4 credits)
Elective credits (3 credits)

DN A615 Public Health Nutrition (3)

DN A642 Advanced Clinical Nutrition (4)

 

Year 2

DN A630 Applied Research in Nutrition (3)

HS or NS A625 Biostatistics for Health Professionals (3)

 

DN A650 The Business of Dietetics (3)

DN A698 or DN A699 Dietetics & Nutrition Graduate Project or Thesis (3)

 

Elective credit (1)

DN A698 or DN A699 Dietetics & Nutrition Graduate Project or Thesis (3)

 

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