Are your students seeking a gap or glide year?
The Institute of Human Nutrition (IHN) at Columbia University offers a one-year master's of Nutrition that will enhance their career as a health professional and strengthen personal and leadership skills.
What does the IHN have to offer?
- Intensive curriculum and thesis research project
- Training in Basic Science, Public Health Nutrition or Clinical Nutrition
- Community projects and research opportunities in New York City
- Small class size and engaged faculty advisors
- Access to leaders in the field of Nutrition
How will a degree in Nutrition enhance a professional career?
Nutrition issues contribute to six of the ten leading causes of death in the United States. Completion of the MS degree prepares graduates to become healthcare professionals who can help prevent many of the leading causes of death.
Participate in our popular webinar series!
Students can sign up one of our webinars, which are held several times per month. Click Here to register.
We are also happy to hold a virtual information session for students who are interested in integrating nutrition into their profession.
Students can view a video of our information session, given by MS Program Director Sharon Akabas, PhD, by Clicking Here.
Need more information?
Our open house is a great way to learn about the program; participants meet with current students for lunch, sit in on a lecture, and speak to an admissions staff member. Click Here for our Open House schedule. We can also put interested students in touch with current IHN students and alumni.
Visit our website for more details on our one-year masters of Nutrition program.
We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2016; Click Here to begin the application.
Contact our Education Coordinator, Kendall Singleton, MPA at firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions, or MS Program Director Sharon R. Akabas, PhD at email@example.com.