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The MSc (Applied) Human Nutrition program is a course-based, non-thesis masters program. It allows students to further develop knowledge and expertise in nutrition and related inter-disciplinary fields. Admission assumes a background that includes biochemistry, mammalian physiology, human nutrition and nutrition through life. Some of these prerequisites may be taken concurrently with the graduate program. Students are required to complete 29 credits in course work in advanced Nutrition or related disciplines plus 16 credits related to a research project. Note the project option does not lead to credentialing as a dietitian. Graduates usually enter careers including managerial or tertiary clinical positions (for those who are already dietitians), and careers in nutrition programs, government, and industry, rather than continue onto a Doctoral program. The project experience is an integral part of the M.Sc. (Applied) Human Nutrition program, providing an opportunity for participation in nutrition-related research. The project may be in the areas of clinical, community and international or experimental nutrition.
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1. Two letters of recommendation,
2. Personal Statement: Statements are expected to be individual in detail and presentation, but should address areas of interest, academic
background, nutrition-related experience and career goals.
Applicants must be graduates of a university of recognized reputation and hold a B.Sc. degree equivalent to a McGill degree in a subject closely related to the one selected for graduate work. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in McGill University’s credit equivalency of 3.2/4.0 (second class–upper division) for the M.Sc. Thesis and M.Sc. Applied during their bachelor's degree program.
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