Consistent with the university student outcomes, upon completion of the Master of Science in Integrative Nutrition degree, graduates will be able to:

  1. Generate whole-person, patient-centered nutrition care plans using functional and integrative medicine core principles.
  2. Effectively interpret and incorporate information from evidence-based reports and research to inform personalized treatment plans.
  3. Evaluate and apply business principles in the context of operating a successful integrative nutrition practice, medicine practice or within an organization.
  4. Integrate and apply nutrition, metabolism, clinical research, and culinary fundamentals into integrative medicine patient-care plans.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to ongoing adherence to ethical and professional standards.