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InstitutionDepartmentLocationWebsiteDegree GrantedProgram NameLengthDescription
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California Polytechnic State UniversityFood Science and Nutrition DepartmentSan Luis Obispo, CA
http://foods.calpoly.edu/
Bachelor of Science (RD didactic option)Nutrition4 years
Can concentrate in Applied Nutrition (with option to get RD), Nutrition Science, and Nutrition and Food Industries
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California Polytechnic State UniversityFood Science and Nutrition DepartmentSan Luis Obispo, CA
http://foods.calpoly.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science4 years
Can concentrate in Advanced Food Science, Applied Food Technology, and Culinary.
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California Polytechnic State UniversityFood Science and Nutrition DepartmentSan Luis Obispo, CA
http://foods.calpoly.edu/
Master of ScienceAgriculture w/Food Science and Nutrition concentration2 years?
Can concentrate in Food Science or Nutrition
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California State University Long BeachDepartment of Family and Consumer SciencesLong Beach, CA
http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/chhs/departments/fcs/programs/
Bachelor of Science (RD didactic option)Dietetics and Food Administration4 years
Can conccentrate in Nutrition and Dietetics. Possibly can concentrate in Food Science or Hospitality Food Service, but those may be suspended. Didactic RD option.
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California State University Long BeachDepartment of Family and Consumer SciencesLong Beach, CA
http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/chhs/departments/fcs/programs/graduate/EmphasesandCourseRequirements.htm
Master of ScienceNutritional Sciences2 years
4 emphases: Nutrition Science, Latino Health and Nutrition, Food Science, and the Internship Program in Nutrition and Dietetics
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Chapman UniversitySchool of Business and Economics & School of Earth & Environmental SciencesOrange, CA
http://www.chapman.edu/scst/earth-environmental-sciences/ms-food-science/ms-food-science-mba.aspx
Master of Science & Master of Business AdministrationFood Science
Joint degree program intended to create qualified food scientists with a management background.
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Chapman UniversitySchool of Earth & Environmental SciencesOrange, CA
http://chapman.edu/scst/earth-environmental-sciences/ms-food-science/index.aspx
Master of ScienceFood Science2 yearsIntended for industry food scientists.
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Columbia UniversityInstitute of Human NutritionNew York, NY
http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/ihn/prospectivestudents
Master of ScienceMS in Nutrition2 semesters
Our primary goals for the MS program are to help each student understand the importance of nutrition as a major modality in health prevention, and to develop the students’ writing, critical thinking, and public speaking skills to increase their expertise as a nutrition science professional. The program is ideal for a gap year for those planning further graduate education.
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Columbia UniversityInstitute of Human NutritionNew York, NY
http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/ihn/education/healthprofessional
Certificate of Professional Achievement in Medical Nutrition (but can opt to continue on to an MS)Medical Nutrition Program for Health Professionals1 year (but can be extended into an MS)
This program is specifically designed for health professionals who want to integrate nutrition into their practice. The program starts with one-year of blended online/on-ground coursework, which meets one weekend per month, with additional online components. 
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Columbia UniversityInstitute of Human NutritionNew York, NY
http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/ihn/education/doctor_program
Doctor of PhilosophyNutritional and Metabolic Biology4-6 years
The objectives of the Doctoral Program in Nutritional and Metabolic Biology are to prepare individuals to conduct original basic research in nutrition and related sciences; to teach in medical universities, colleges, and graduate schools; and to pursue careers in basic and translational research at the national and international level. 
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Columbia UniversityInstitute of Human NutritionNew York, NY
http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/ihn/education/md_phd_program
Combined MD-PhDCombined MD-PhD Program7-9 years
The overall purpose of the instruction program is to prepare individuals for positions in teaching, research, and leadership in nutrition programs both in the United States and abroad.
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Master of ScienceNutrition and Education41 to 47 points
The Nutrition and Education master's degree prepares graduates to work with individuals, groups and communities in many settings, such as health promotion programs, voluntary health agencies, government and international agencies, businesses, hospitals, and private practice. 
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Master of ScienceNutrition and Public Health46 to 49 points
The Nutrition and Public Health major prepares graduates to take leadership roles in government, community, and public health agencies, carrying out a variety of planning, instructional, and administrative tasks related to health promotion and disease prevention. 
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Master of ScienceNutrition and Exercise Physiology54 to 57 points
The program prepares students to provide individual counseling and group education in nutrition and exercise and to design and implement exercise and nutrition programs in weight control centers, work sites, fitness centers and with Olympic, professional, collegiate, or high school athletic teams as well as health centers, community centers, and hospitals. 
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Master of EducationCommunity Nutrition Education60 points
includes additional coursework in advanced nutrition and permits stronger emphases in the behavioral sciences, community assessment and planning, and education. A community-based, research, or other integrative project is required.
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Doctor of PhilosophyBehavioral Nutrition75 points
the program aims to prepare researchers with basic and applied behavioral skills within an educational context.
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Doctor of PhilosophyNutritional Epidemiology75 graduate credits
the program aims to prepare researchers with basic and applied behavioral skills within an educational context.
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Doctor of PhilosophyNutrition and Physical Activity75 graduate credits
the program aims to prepare researchers with basic and applied behavioral skills within an educational context.
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Doctor of EducationNutrition Education90 graduate credits
 focuses on leadership roles in many settings, such as colleges and universities, health promotion and disease prevention programs, voluntary health agencies, government and international agencies, businesses, hospitals, and food advocacy organizations, where they work with individuals, groups and communities, and serve as faculty members, program developers, and evaluation and research specialists. 
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Columbia UniversityTeachers CollegeNew York, NY
http://www.tc.columbia.edu/hbs/nutrition/
Doctor of EducationNutrition and Public Health90 graduate credits
focuses on leadership roles in colleges and universities and in government, community, health care, and public health agencies, carrying out a variety of tasks related to health promotion and disease prevention.
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/postbacc.cfm
Post-baccalaureate certificatePost-baccalaureate Certificate Program in Health Studies2 semesters, 32 credits
The Post-baccalaureate program can improve the chances for admission in health professional schools such as medical, dental, nursing and physical therapy. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/postbacc.cfm#sthash.52p9n1tk.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/epidemiology/index.cfm
Graduate minor in EpidemiologyEpidemiology MinorUnknown
This minor field offers a graduate program in conjunction with several areas of specialization, including biometry, environmental toxicology, nutrition, sociology, statistics, animal science, and veterinary medicine.  Students may pursue an M.S., or a Ph.D. degree with a minor in epidemiology.  Graduate students enrolled in the program conduct their research in the departments of their major advisors.  Applicants should have a sound background in mathematics and in the sciences that are consistent with the requirements of their proposed major field of interest. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/epidemiology/index.cfm#sthash.voCUmwM1.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/nsmajor.cfm
Bachelor of ScienceNutritional Sciences4 years
Nutritional Sciences is a broad, problem-solving field that draws upon biology, chemistry, and the social sciences - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/nsmajor.cfm#sthash.k5RssVIC.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/hbhsin.cfm
Bachelor of ScienceHuman Biology, Health, and Society4 years
A broad, multidisciplinary perspective on human health issues. Students are required to develop a strong background in human biology so that they can understand the physiological and biochemical aspects of health issues. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/undergraduate.cfm#sthash.Ii93x2kS.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/molecularnutrition.cfm
Doctor of PhilosophyMolecular Nutrition4 years
Cornell's graduate program in Molecular Nutrition integrates a range of disciplines including chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, genetics, neurobiology and developmental and reproductive biology to investigate the basic biological processes involving nutrition and its roles in health and disease. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/molecularnutrition.cfm#sthash.ot6F2YAN.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/humannutrition.cfm
Doctor of PhilosophyHuman Nutrition4 years
The graduate program in Human Nutrition is devoted to the study of how variations in nutritional status affect the health and functioning of individuals. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/humannutrition.cfm#sthash.MA7wfmZN.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/commnutrition.cfm
Doctor of PhilosophyCommunity Nutrition4 years
The Community Nutrition Program at Cornell University educates scholars and community professionals who are dedicated to the promotion of health and prevention of disease in communities and populations. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/commnutrition.cfm#sthash.43DTuett.dpuf
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Cornell UniversityDivision of Nutritional SciencesIthaca, NY
http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/intnutrition.cfm
Doctor of PhilosophyInternational Nutrition4 years
The Program in International Nutrition trains individuals who are dedicated to eliminating hunger, malnutrition, and chronic disease. - See more at: http://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academic/intnutrition.cfm#sthash.mmGuRsRi.dpuf
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Pepperdine UniversityNatural Science DivisionMalibu, CA
http://seaver.pepperdine.edu/naturalscience/academics/nutritionalscience/
Bachelor of Science (RD didactic option)Nutritional Science4 years
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San Diego State UniversitySchool of Exercise and Nutritional SciencesSan Diego, CA
http://ens.sdsu.edu/academic-programs/undergraduate/foods-nutrition/
Bachelor of Science (RD didactic option)Foods & Nutrition4 years
This major is planned for students interested in qualifying professionally for diverse careers in the fields of dietetics, food service management, and food industries.
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San Diego State UniversitySchool of Exercise and Nutritional SciencesSan Diego, CA
http://ens.sdsu.edu/academic-programs/graduate/masters/ms-nutritional-sciences/
Master of ScienceNutritional Sciences2 years
Graduates with the M.S. degree in nutritional sciences are employed as administrators or service providers of community nutrition programs, food service supervisors, and community college educators, as well as, in administrative, research, or quality control positions within industry and government.
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San Diego State UniversitySchool of Exercise and Nutritional SciencesSan Diego, CA
http://ens.sdsu.edu/academic-programs/graduate/masters/dual-ms/overview/
Master of ScienceExercise Physiology & Nutritional SciencesThis is a concurrent dual MS program
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceNutritional Science 4 years
Offers 3 concentrations: Dietetics, Food Science & Technology, and Packaging. Also offers no concentration but choice of 5 emphases: Nutrition Science, Nutrition Education, Sports Nutrition, Food Management, and Environmental Food and Health Specialist
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/degrees/minors.htm
MinorNutrition and Food Science
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/degrees/minors.htm
Minor
Nutrition for Physical Performance
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/degrees/minors.htm
MinorFood Science
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/degrees/minors.htm
MinorPackaging
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San José State UniversityDepartment of Nutrition, Food Science, and PackagingSan Jose, CA
http://www.nufs.sjsu.edu/degrees/master/MS.htm
Master of Science (RD didactic option)Nutritional Science2 years
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Food Science and TechnologyColumbus, OH
http://fst.osu.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science4 years
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Food Science and TechnologyColumbus, OH
http://fst.osu.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceFood Business Management4 years
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Food Science and TechnologyColumbus, OH
http://fst.osu.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceCulinary Science 4 years
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Food Science and TechnologyColumbus, OH
http://fst.osu.edu/graduate
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Science2+ years
 Students may study food chemistry, food safety and microbiology, sensory science, functional foods for health, food safety engineering, advanced food processing technologies and food packaging.
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The Ohio State UniversityInterdiscplinaryColumbus, OHhttp://osun.osu.edu/Doctor of PhilosophyNutrition4+ yearsRelatively new interdiscplinary program among 4 colleges at OSU.
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Human SciencesColumbus, OH
http://ehe.osu.edu/human-sciences/undergraduate/nutrition/
Bachelor of ScienceHuman Nutrition4 yearsSpecializations in Dietetics, Nutrition in Industry, and Nutrition Sciences
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The Ohio State UniversityDepartment of Human SciencesColumbus, OH
http://ehe.osu.edu/human-sciences/graduate/human-nutrition/
Master of ScienceHuman Nutrition2 years
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UC BerkeleyDepartment of Nutritional Science and ToxicologyBerkeley, CA
http://nst.berkeley.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceNutritional Science: Physiology & Metabolism4 years
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UC BerkeleyDepartment of Nutritional Science and ToxicologyBerkeley, CA
http://nst.berkeley.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceNutritional Science: Dietetics4 years
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UC BerkeleyDepartment of Nutritional Science and ToxicologyBerkeley, CA
http://nst.berkeley.edu/undergraduate
Bachelor of ScienceMolecular Toxicology4 years
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UC BerkeleyDepartment of Nutritional Science and ToxicologyBerkeley, CA
http://nst.berkeley.edu/graduate
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyMetabolic Biology2+ years
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UC BerkeleyDepartment of Nutritional Science and ToxicologyBerkeley, CA
http://nst.berkeley.edu/graduate
Doctor of PhilosophyMolecular Toxicology4+ years
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UC BerkeleySchool of Public HealthBerkeley, CA
http://sph.berkeley.edu/areas-study/public-health-nutrition
Master of Public HealthPublic Health2 yearsArea of concentration is Public Health Nutrition
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Bachelor of ScienceClinical Nutrition4 years
incorporates the same basic core of nutrition classes as the Nutrition Science major, but includes additional courses such as food service management, education, sociology, and communication skills to prepare for work with the public.
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Bachelor of ScienceNutrition Science4 years
encompasses all aspects of the consumption and utilization of food and its constituents. Key areas of study include the biochemical reactions important to utilization of nutrients and food constituents, the impact of diet on health and disease, and nutrition-related policy and public health issues. The nutrition science major includes two options for studying these areas: Nutritional Biology and Nutrition in Public Health.
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Minor in Community NutritionMinor in Community Nutrition18-24 units
The Department of Nutrition also offers four minor programs to students in other disciplines who wish to complement their study program with a concentration in the area of food and nutrition.
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Minor in Nutrition ScienceMinor in Nutrition Science18-24 units
The Department of Nutrition also offers four minor programs to students in other disciplines who wish to complement their study program with a concentration in the area of food and nutrition.
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Minor in Food Service ManagementMinor in Food Service Management18-24 units
The Department of Nutrition also offers four minor programs to students in other disciplines who wish to complement their study program with a concentration in the area of food and nutrition.
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UC DavisDepartment of NutritionDavis, CA
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/index.cfm
Minor in Nutrition and FoodMinor in Nutrition and Food18-24 units
The Department of Nutrition also offers four minor programs to students in other disciplines who wish to complement their study program with a concentration in the area of food and nutrition.
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UC DavisGraduate Group in Nutritional BiologyDavis, CA
http://ggnb.ucdavis.edu/
Master of ScienceNutritional Biology30-36 units
A student may pursue the M.S. or Ph.D. degree in nutritional biology while studying under the direction of any member of the graduate group.
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UC DavisGraduate Group in Nutritional BiologyDavis, CA
http://ggnb.ucdavis.edu/
Doctor of PhilosophyNutritional Biology
A student may pursue the M.S. or Ph.D. degree in nutritional biology while studying under the direction of any member of the graduate group.
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UC DavisCenter for Nutrition in SchoolsDavis, CA
http://cns.ucdavis.edu/training/index.cfm
Certificates Various related to school nutrition1 or 2 days
CNS recognizes the importance of providing teachers, child nutrition professionals, and other school employees with the opportunity to attend training sessions on a variety of nutrition-related topics.
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UC DavisFood Science and Technology DepartmentDavis, CA
http://foodscience.ucdavis.edu/undergrad
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science and Technology4 years
7 'options' available: Food Technology, Food Business Management, Food Chemistry, Food Biology/Microbiology, Brewing Science, Consumer Food Science, Food Biochemistry
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UC DavisFood Science and Technology DepartmentDavis, CA
http://foodscience.ucdavis.edu/grad
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Science2+ years
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UC DavisAgricultural Sustainability InstituteDavis, CA
http://asi.ucdavis.edu/students/about-major
Bachelor of ScienceSustainable Agriculture and Food Systems4 yearsLaunched this major in 2011.
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University of IdahoCollege of Agricultural and Life SciencesMoscow, ID
http://www.uidaho.edu/degree-finder/food-science/bs-food-sci
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science4 yearsCooperative program with Washington State University
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University of IdahoCollege of Agricultural and Life SciencesMoscow, ID
http://www.uidaho.edu/degree-finder/food-science/bs-food-sci
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Science2+ yearsCooperative program with Washington State University
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University of IdahoCollege of Agricultural and Life SciencesMoscow, ID
http://www.uidaho.edu/cals/fcs/bs-food-and-nutrition-nutrition
Bachelor of Science (RD didactic option)Food & Nutrition4 years
Prepare for a career in nutrition by studying the body’s biochemical processes and how diet and dietary supplements affect bodily functions. 
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University of IdahoCollege of Agricultural and Life SciencesMoscow, ID
http://www.uidaho.edu/cals/pses/bs-scls-sustainable-cropping-systems
Bachelor of ScienceSustainable Crop and Landscape Systems4 years
Study the science behind healthy farming in a program that provides the broad-based knowledge to grow successful crops.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceDietetics4 years
The concentration prepares students to complete a dietetic internship and take the registration exam to be a registered dietitian.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science4 yearsThis concentration uses the principles of science and engineering to focus on basic research, product development, quality control, processing, packaging, labeling, technical sales, and market research.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceHospitality Management4 years
This concentration integrates the basic principles of business and hospitality with the goal of pursuing careers in hospitality management.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/
Bachelor of ScienceHuman Nutrition4 years
This concentration emphasizes a strong science background to prepare students to pursue an advanced degree and reflects the growing need to prepare individuals for careers in health-related fields.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/minors
MinorFood Science
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://fshn.illinois.edu/minors
MinorHuman Nutrition
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://psm.illinois.edu/food-science-human-nutrition
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Science and Human Nutrition2+ yearsConcentrate in either Food Science or Human Nutrition.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUrbana, IL
http://psm.illinois.edu/food-science-human-nutrition
Professional Science Masters (PSM)Food Science and Human Nutrition2 yearsFor students interested in both science and business.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/undergrad/dietetics.shtml
Bachelor of ScienceNutrition and Dietetics4 years
The Nutrition and Dietetics option (Didactic Program in Dietetics) is designed for students who wish to become registered dietitians and practitioners in medical nutrition therapy, community nutrition/nutrition education programs, wellness/health promotion, food industry, and foodservice.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/undergrad/nutrScience.shtml
Bachelor of ScienceNutrition Science (Pre-Professional)4 years
Majors for students interested in being medical professionals and interested in nutrition
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/undergrad/culinology.shtml
Bachelor of ScienceCulinary Science (Culinology)4 years
"The emerging discipline of blending the culinary arts and the science of food", Culinology® is becoming a recognized and valued discipline that will significantly impact food research and development in the global market.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/undergrad/nfhp.shtml
Bachelor of ScienceNutrition, Exercise, and Health Science4 years
The nutrition, exercise and health science option is designed for those students interested in planning, conducting and managing health-related fitness and wellness programs in a variety of settings.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyBiochemical & Molecular Nutrition2-6 years
Designed for students seeking careers in research, teaching, or further professional degrees in health care.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyExercise Physiology & Nutrition2-6 years
Designed for students interested in academic research/teaching careers, clinical rehabilitation, or personal training.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyCommunity Nutrition & Health Promotion2-6 years
Designed to meet the needs of registered dietitians and certified health educators.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Literacy, Quality & Safety2-6 years
Designed for students seeking careers in food quality control or educational programs that emphasize the link between food production, consumption, and health.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesOnline
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of ScienceDietetics2 years?
The program is an online inter-institutional program that targets RDs seeking a Master of Science degree.
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University of NebraskaDepartment of Nutrition and Health SciencesLincoln, NE
http://cehs.unl.edu/nhs/graduate/areasofstudy.shtml
Master of ScienceHospitality Management2 years
Designed for students looking for careers in managing facilities and operations that provide hospitality services to the public.
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Washington State UniversityCollege of PharmacySpokane, WA
http://www.pharmacy.wsu.edu/prospectivestudents/nutritionexercise.html
Bachelor of ScienceNutrition and Exercise Physiology4 years
 focuses on the effects of nutrition and exercise on human health.
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Washington State UniversityCollege of PharmacySpokane, WA
http://www.pharmacy.wsu.edu/prospectivestudents/graduateprogram_ms-cpdnep.html
Master of Science & RDNDietetics, Nutrition & Exercise PhysiologyPrepares to be Registered Dietician
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Washington State UniversitySchool of Food ScienceSpokane, WA
http://sfs.wsu.edu/undergraduates/
Bachelor of ScienceFood Science4 yearsCooperative program with the University of Idaho
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Washington State UniversitySchool of Food ScienceSpokane, WA
http://sfs.wsu.edu/graduate-program/
Master of Science or Doctor of PhilosophyFood Science2+ yearsCooperative program with the University of Idaho
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