Master of Science in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology
Application deadline for 2019 EXTENDED to January 31!
The MS NEP degree offers students of all undergraduate disciplines a pathway into nutrition and exercise physiology education and research, preparing them for careers in healthcare, academia, and public health. In this two-year program, students work closely with faculty members on a research topic in the broad fields of nutrition and exercise physiology.
As part of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, and with a strong network of clinical and community partner organizations throughout Eastern Washington and beyond, the department is well placed to provide training and research opportunities for students interested in clinical and community-based approaches to improving population health.
The MS NEP degree generally requires four semesters and potentially a few additional terms based on individual student research projects. Students complete 32 graduate-level credits covering a variety of topics, including a two-semester graduate seminar series and set of chosen electives.
View the NEP Faculty and Staff info page to learn more about the research being conducted by the MS NEP faculty advisors: Dr. Glen Duncan, Dr. Pablo Monsivais, Dr. Ofer Amram, Dr. Lindsey Miller, Dr. Hans Haverkamp, and Dr. Martine Perrigue.
Contact Program Director Dr. Pablo Monsivais, email@example.com, with questions about the MS NEP and to discuss your research interests.
For more information
NEP Academic Coordinator
Applicants can have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. The following prerequisite undergraduate college courses are required. As a general rule, all prerequisite coursework should be no more than seven years old at the time of application. However, each situation is reviewed on an individual basis. Please contact our Academic Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Exercise Physiology (should be complete at the time of application)
- Nutrition (should be complete at the time of application)
- General Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Biochemistry (2 quarters or 1 semester)