Master of Science in Exercise Nutrition
The master's degree in Exercise Nutrition is a fully online, 30-credit-hour program. Balance school and life with the flexibility of our UofM Global program designed for those who desire increased knowledge and understanding of exercise and nutrition science. The program provides coursework in research methods and statistics, exercise physiology, cellular nutrition and supportive areas of your choosing.
This program does not require laboratory research or a thesis. Therefore, you can move through the program in as quickly as 12 months and seek employment within a health/fitness or wellness setting upon graduation. Within the 30-credit hour program, 12 hours are electives. You can either choose to complete four courses (3 credit hours each) to satisfy the elective requirement, or you can choose to use the University Experiential Learning Credit (ELC) program to satisfy up to six elective hours. The program is ideal for individuals who have an undergraduate degree in exercise science, health promotion, nutrition and dietetics, or a similar area of study. If you work in healthcare, a corporate wellness setting or a fitness environment, and furthering your education will help you advance in your career, this program may be ideal for you.