MASTERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH: NUTRITION AND WELLNESS Oakwood University
Oakwood University’s Master of Public Health in Nutrition and Wellness is the next step for students who have completed undergraduate health related degrees and want to continue their studies at the next level. The new degree also increases the number of graduate school slots which currently lags behind the number of students across the country seeking MPH degrees.
With a focus on advocating plant-based diets, students will learn how to assess the health needs of diverse community groups. They will use their findings to create personalized health plans, programs and policies. In 22 to 24 months, the online Public Health in Nutrition and Wellness master’s degree prepares graduates to meet the new standards passed by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for entry-level registered dietitians.
Graduates of the Master of Public Health in Nutrition and Wellness can serve as nutrition specialists in a variety of ways. From creating community health programs, to educating children, youth and adult groups, to designing meal plans for schools and hospitals, graduates can advance the holistic development of individuals through health and wellness.
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