University of Delaware

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies graduate programs at University of Delaware

Students Enrolled in University of Delaware graduate programs : 4503

Composition of students population for Nutrition Sciences

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Female students -

Tuition

Nutrition Sciences Graduate program Tuition for in state students $32,886
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Nutrition Sciences Graduate Program $32,886
Behavioral Health and Nutrition
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The Behavioral Health and Nutrition offers several Doctoral and Master’s level programs in the areas of Health Behavior Science, Nutrition Science, Health Promotion, Human Nutrition, and a Nutrition and Dietetics Dietetics Internship combination. The Department also offers a post-baccalaureate Dietetic Internship certificate program and a Graduate Certificate in Health Coaching.

Although admission occurs on an on-going basis for BHAN graduate programs, to ensure consideration for admission to any of these degree programs, a completed admission application should be submitted no later than January 15 for the fall semester and September 15 for the spring semester.

International student applicants must demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language if English is not their first language. The minimum TOEFL score varies by degree program with Master’s degree programs typically requiring scores of at least 550 (paper based) or 79 (TOEFL IBT) and PhD programs requiring a score of at least 600 (paper based) or 100 (TOEFL IBT). TOEFL scores than two years old cannot be validated or considered official.

Ph.D in Health Behavior Science and Promotion The PhD in Health Behavior Science and Promotion (HBSP) provides the highest degree for health promotion and behavioral science professionals, preparing graduates for research careers in many settings, including academia, non-governmental organizations (business and non-profit), allied health fields, and public service at all levels of national government.

Ph.D. in Nutrition Science The Nutrition Science PhD (NS PhD) program provides the highest degree for nutrition science professionals, preparing graduates for research careers in academia, non-governmental organizations (business and non-profit), allied health fields, and public service at all levels of national government.

Master Food Educator Volunteers
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Master Food Educator volunteers are foods or nutrition professionals or individuals without professional training who have an interest in nutrition, food preparation, health, wellness and the education of youth and adults. Provided with training, these individuals help to expand the nutrition education efforts of University of Delaware Cooperative Extension by working in their communities and organizations and by assisting with the ongoing initiatives of our organization.

Volunteer Master Food Educators decide how they would like to contribute their time.

Assisting with or Conducting Workshops or Demonstrations on topics such as food safety, foods selection preparation, nutrition and diet, stretching your food dollar and others.

Other opportunities Include assisting with the development of educational resources, taking leadership positions, photographing events where Master Food Educators volunteer.

Nutrition Sciences is projected to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than average for all occupations Median pay for Nutrition Sciences in 2018 was 119850$. The number of jobs were 54780.


Jobs, Salaries and Career after Masters in Nutrition Sciences - Updated 2020