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Master of Science in Nutrition & Integrated Health

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Be a Leader in Nutrition

Prepare to address patient, community health & food system challenges.

Our master’s in Nutrition and Integrated Health provides an evidence-based education to prepare the next generation of nutrition experts. Dietary and lifestyle factors are at the heart of prevention and treatment of major chronic diseases. Professionals like you are needed to provide nutrition and lifestyle knowledge to help people and communities maintain and reclaim their health.

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Two Paths to Your Degree

Depending on your career goals and past educational experience, our master's of Nutrition and Integrated Health program has two tracks.

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Master of Science

The stand-alone Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrated Health track is for those interested in continuing their education by obtaining a graduate degree in nutrition. This track is also ideal for registered dietitians (RD)/ registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN) who have a bachelor’s degree and want to obtain an advanced degree.

Master Of Science Only

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Combined RD/RDN & M.S.*

Stand out by obtaining a master's degree while adding the credential of registered dietitian (RD) or registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) in addition to your master's degree.

*Accredited by ACEND ®

Combined RD/RDN & M.S.


We can help walk you through the application process so you can take your place as a future leader in nutrition.

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A master’s degree in Nutrition and Integrated Health means you can help individuals of all ages live longer, healthier lives.

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As one of a few programs to have a specific scholarship for a master’s degree, we strive to combine quality with affordability.

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Not Sure About a Master's?

Earn 12 credits through our graduate certificate in nutrition to advance your education and learn how diet and lifestyle affect your health. You can see if a master's degree is right for you and get more flexibility while you work full time. Plus, the credits you earn now can be applied if you choose to complete a master's degree.

Earn Your Certificate

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A Cornucopia of Options

Choose from a tasty (& flexible) menu of experiences & resources.

Our program is designed to nourish your career and your life. A state-of-the-art kitchen prioritizes instruction outside of the classroom. Credit for prior learning, in-person and online courses and full or part-time tracks make education flexible. Plus, you obtain a wide array of professional experiences through our supervised rotations with our community and clinical partnerships.

Supervised Practicum

Our Vision

Following UW-Green Bay’s mission to help students rise higher, our Nutrition and Integrated Health program defines several goals and objectives to ensure we continue to be innovative and effective.

Mission, Goals & Objectives


UW-Green Bay's Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrated Health has been granted Candidacy for Accreditation Status in Spring 2022 from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND®) to open a new and innovative program to prepare Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs). This innovative program combines master's coursework with over 1,000 hours of supervised practicum (also known as supervised experiential learning) in professional settings, including community/public health, food service and clinical settings. The program grants a Master of Science degree and prepares students to sit for the RDN credentialing exam.

 Contact Dr. Debra Pearson, or 920-465-2280, for more information.

 *The Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND®) released the Future Education Model Accreditation Standards for programs in nutrition and dietetics. These accreditation standards integrate didactic coursework with supervised experiential learning in a competency-based curriculum designed to prepare nutrition and dietetics practitioners for future practice.

Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND®)
120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2190
Chicago, IL 60606-6995
800-877-1600, ext. 5400
Fax: 312-899-4817

Debra Pearson

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Meet Debra Pearson, Chair of the Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrated Health Program. She's passionate about moving the dietetics profession forward in delivering evidence-based integrative, dietary and lifestyle nutrition medicine to improve human health.

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