Clinical Nutrition

The clinical nutrition program at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) offers students an opportunity to earn a master's degree in clinical nutrition and is conducted completely online.

Clinical nutrition is concerned with therapeutic uses for nutrition, usually in medical settings as part of a complete health care program. Clinical nutritionists create effective nutrition plans that work toward health outcomes such as disease prevention and treatment, strengthening of the immune system, and nourishment of those unable to care for themselves.

Most students in our program have undergraduate backgrounds in nutrition and wish to increase their level of expertise in the field. Others come from strong science foundations and intend to practice in the realm of medicine and dentistry. Our program does not include all didactic and educational requirements for becoming a registered dietitian (RD).

More information is available by contacting the program director, Dr. Mindy Haar, at mhaar@nyit.edu

Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition
Mindy Haar, PhD., RD, CDN, Director

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