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“Graduate Degrees and the Benefits They Hold: MS in Public Health Nutrition”

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to attend an informational webinar to learn about the Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition program, hosted by the School of Medicine’s Department of Nutrition. 

This virtual event will take place via Zoom on Monday, Dec. 5, from noon to 1 p.m. Register to attend.

Program Synopsis

Case Western Reserve’s Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition program combines the study of public health with the science of nutrition, while offering a flexible curriculum that allows individuals to tailor their degrees to unique career goals. 

Graduates of this program pursue a range of next steps with above-average placement in such careers as:

  • Registered dieticians;
  • Public and community health researchers/directors;
  • Researchers in higher education;
  • Policy change advocates; and
  • Nonprofit organizations health care administrators.

Program alumni also see higher rates of medical school and physician assistant program admissions.