Doctoral study in the CMN concentration prepares the student for research and/or teaching positions in institutions of higher education, government, or industry.
- NUTR 511 Advances in Carbohydrate, Lipid & Protein Metabolism
- NUTR 512 Advances in Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism
- NUTR 543 Research Methods
- NUTR 626 Life Course Nutrition
- NUTR 645 Advanced Research Methods
- BCMB 440 General Physiology
- LFSC 520 Genome Science/Technology
- A minimum of 24 credit hours of dissertation (NUTR 600)
A minimum of 24 hours of graduate coursework, beyond the master’s degree, is required. A minimum of 12 of these 24 hours must be graded A-F. Exceptionally well-prepared students with demonstrated superior achievement may enter upon completion of the baccalaureate degree, in which case a minimum of 48 hours of graduate coursework beyond the baccalaureate degree is required. A minimum of 30 of these 48 hours must be graded A-F. In either case, an original nutrition research project with 24 hours of dissertation work is required.