The Department of Nutrition offers programs leading to the bachelor of science degree in nutrition, bachelor of arts degree in nutrition, bachelor of arts degree in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, bachelor of science degree in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, master of science degree in nutrition, master of science degree in public health nutrition, and doctor of philosophy degree.
The undergraduate programs are designed for students interested in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, molecular nutrition, professional study in dietetics, public health nutrition, medicine, physical therapy, pharmacy or dentistry.
Our graduate programs emphasize nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, molecular nutrition, metabolomics as well as dietetics, and public health nutrition.
A nutrition minor is available. Graduate certificate programs are available in areas such as maternal and child nutrition or gerontology. The specialty is in addition to the basic graduate degree.
INTERESTED IN OUR PhD PROGRAMS?
Our PhD degree in Nutrition is awarded for study and research in nutrition. Areas of concentration are nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, and molecular nutrition.
Admissions to the PhD in Nutrition program are obtained through the integrated Biomedical Scientist Training Program (BSTP), by direct admission to the department or via the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP).
Please see the 2013-14 General Bulletin for more information on the School of Medicine programs and for specific course descriptions.
The Case Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center
As one of six NIH-funded national centers and headed by Center Director Dr. Brunengraber, CASE MMPC provides Mass Spectrometry, NMR and Stable Isotope Analysis for complex metabolic flux measurements to local and outside researchers. Find out about our Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center, its facilities and its services at www.mmpc.org