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Degree

Master of Applied Human Nutrition (Course-Based)

master

Degree

Master of Applied Human Nutrition (Course-Based)

Quick facts

  • Tuition

    $13,304 CAD

  • Application fee

    $50 CAD

  • Duration

    1 year

  • PGWP

    1 year

  • Min GPA

    3 out of 4

Options
Internship
Practicum

These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.

Deadlines

Term start & deadline Deadline
Fall-September 31-January-2023 2023-01-31

Overview

Master of Applied Human Nutrition

The Master of Applied Human Nutrition program provides students with the opportunity for advanced-level study in nutrition, emphasizing issues related to community nutrition, food, and human nutrition

The program explores the theoretical foundations of nutrition through critical reflection on current research and practice within the discipline and drawing from other related disciplines. 

The Master of Applied Human Nutrition at Mount Saint Vincent University is comprised of five units of coursework.

Students seeking registration as a professional dietitian and who meet Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice (PDEP) undergraduate competencies may also apply to the Internship Education Program when they apply to the Master Applied Human Nutrition program. 

The Internship Education Program enables students to build on theoretical knowledge and internship experiences to fulfill the competencies required by PDEP to reach entry-level professional dietetic competence.

Students who are not seeking registration as professional dietitians may apply for the Food and Nutrition Practicum Program during their study in the Master of Applied Human Nutrition programs. 

Students accepted into Internship Education Program are not eligible for the Food and Nutrition Practicum Program.

Estimate your cost

Residency
Count of person

$21,297

Total costs

yearly

Details


Cost of living 1 person $7,260
Accommodation 1 bed room $7,993
Tuition 1 person $13,304

Hourly wage

Min wage

13.35 CAD / 1 hour

in Canada every student can work 20 hour per week

Required documents

  • Statement of Intent
  • Two letters of reference (academic references)
  • Official transcript
  • Language proficiency test
  • Passport

Language requirements

GRE
not required
GMAT
not required

IELTS

7
6.5
listening
6.5
writing
6.5
speaking
6.5
reading

TOEFL

93
23
listening
23
writing
23
speaking
23
reading

PTE

-
listening
-
writing
-
speaking
-
reading

Cambridge

-
listening
-
writing
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speaking
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reading
Language pathway (conditional offer) is available

Students conditionally admitted to a graduate program of study, who have an IELTS score between 6.5 and 6.9 or the equivalent, will be required to successfully complete the Graduate Preparatory Program (GPP)

The GPP is designed to ensure that incoming graduate students have a high level of English language proficiency and a strong orientation to Canadian academic culture. 

The GPP consists of an intensive term-long 15 hour/week program offered by the International Education Centre (IEC) and an undergraduate academic course

The course is determined by the Graduate Admissions Committee for the student’s intended program of study and indicated on the student’s data form. This course is normally taken concurrently with the IEC program.


Academic background and requirement

Students normally have completed an undergraduate degree in nutrition, dietetics, foods or related fields, e.g. health sciences, kinesiology, biology, biochemistry, health promotion/education, and nursing

Credit in the following undergraduate courses will normally be required: applied statistics; biochemistry; physiology; sociology, psychology or communications; and 3000 or 4000 level human nutrition

Career opportunities

  • Public health nutrition specialist
  • Nutrition program manager
  • Research coordinator
  • Regional/public/international health agencies worker
  • Regulatory affair specialist

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