Nutrition and Global Health Program
The Nutrition and Global Health Program takes an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and conducting research about nutrition, its effect on human and economic development, nutrition in humanitarian crisis situations, and the dynamic interplay between the epidemiologic, nutritional, and demographic transitions around the globe. Students will be responsible for fulfilling the masters or doctoral degree requirements of their respective departments, in addition to the requirements of the Concentration. Nutrition and Global Health students will be required to complete 12.5 credits and are encouraged to take at least 5 elective credits in a course/courses suited to their specific interests. There is no fixed sequence of courses and flexibility is offered in designing course schedules to meet individual student requirements.