Master of Science in Nutrition Education Student and Alumni Testimonials
American’s online Master of Science in Nutrition Education program focuses on both theoretical and practical training in the field of nutrition, balancing scientific principles of nutrition with education and program planning for improved nutrition behavior. Graduates walk away with the ability to develop and implement nutrition education programs in a variety of industries, design research studies to analyze the relationship between nutrition and disease, and be able to communicate about nutritional health to the general public. Hear what current students and alumni have to say about their experience in the program.
Online MSNE Student Blog
"I have always been very interested in health and nutrition and the online format of the Master’s in Nutrition Education program at American University is ideal for my current lifestyle and occupation."
"Being online, it allowed me to pursue the MS all the way from Ecuador! Additionally, I have been able to work while studying."
"After receiving my undergraduate degree in public health, I went on to work in various nonprofit capacities before deciding to get an advanced degree. I have always loved teaching and helping others."
"American University’s program really stood out to me because of its strong focus on providing nutrition educators (or future educators) with all of the necessary tools to create and implement nutrition education programs."
"Maybe you’re here because it’s senior year and you want to look into graduate school opportunities. Maybe you’re unsatisfied with your current career and are looking for a change."
Online MSNE Student Testimonials
“Another positive aspect to highlight about this program is that the participating students and instructors differ greatly in geographic location and educational background. It was very refreshing to connect with students outside of the realm of nutrition and hear about their opinions on course topics.”
"The program has assisted me in my current role as a long term care dietitian. I feel more comfortable investigating clients’ behavior, how I can assist them with their nutrition goals, and appropriately read new literature and studies published that are tailored to my career."