Nutrition, Dietetics and Sensory Sciences Master's Degree
The nutrition, dietetics and sensory sciences master's program emphasizes a variety of areas within the field of nutrition science. Designed to be customizable to each student's background, interests and career goals, the master's track prepares students for a variety of academic, industry and government positions within the field of nutrition.
In addition to nutrition courses, students can take coursework in animal sciences and industry, grain science and industry, biochemistry, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, psychology, biology, business education and interdisciplinary international courses as electives.
Concentrations include sensory analysis and consumer behavior, nutrition and exercise sciences, nutritional sciences, public health nutrition and nutrition education and communication.
Optional Registered Dietitian Nutritionist credential
Those interested in obtaining their Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) credential concurrently alongside the master’s degree in nutrition, dietetics and sensory sciences can utilize K-State’s didactic program in dietetics (DPD) completion option.