Master's in Nutrition and Health Promotion Information Session

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 

If you're considering becoming a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), we invite you to join us online Wednesday, April 19, 2023 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. (EST) for an information session to learn more about the Simmons University Master of Science in Nutrition and Health Promotion Online program, program tracks, and exciting partnership opportunities.


Hear from the admission staff regarding tips and techniques for applying to the online program and hear from Dr. Beth Siu, Associate Professor of Practice and Associate Director of the online Master of Science in Nutrition and Health Promotion program, about the curriculum and career pathways.


Application fee waivers and scholarships are available!


For more information, please email snhs@simmons.edu. Simmons University’s Master of Science in Nutrition degree program helps students develop an advanced understanding of nutrition, fitness, and wellness. Graduates of the program evaluate health behaviors on a global level and seek to improve the health of our communities through research and education.


They learn how to bring innovative ideas and entrepreneurial endeavors to fruition. Students in the Master's in Nutrition program learn the fundamentals of wellness and health promotion, including how to critically review scientific evidence. Students customize their plan of study by choosing one of two tracks or concentrations: the Research track or the Entrepreneurship track.


To register, please visit: https://www.simmons.edu/events/cnbhs-virtual-information-session-online-ms-nutrition-and-health-april19


For more information on our program please visit: https://www.simmons.edu/graduate/academic-programs/graduate-and-certificate-programs/nutrition


Contact Information
Danielle Navarro
617-521-2605
danielle.navarro@simmons.edu
https://www.simmons.edu/graduate/academic-programs/graduate-and-certificate-programs/nutrition
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