Students are invited to attend an open forum with Dr. DeBono and Dr. Haun on Tuesday, October 11th at 11:30am in Room 156B.
The topics covered will include changes to CCE, Logan's curriculum changes and an outline on the future of Logan.
Students are invited to attend Distributors' Day on Wednesday, October 5th between 10am and 2pm in the Purser Center. Come learn about the vendors who will be available to you as a future doctor!
Pizza and sandwiches will be provided during lunch hours.
More than 115 new students registered to begin classes in September, which represents a 100 percent increase since the program’s inception in 2011. It is also the largest master’s class in the history of Logan’s College of Health Sciences.
While most master’s degrees in nutrition offer eight to 12 credit hours of nutrition-related coursework, Logan’s MSN offers the entire required 36 credit hours in nutrition-specific coursework, including unique courses such as Nutrition for Pain and Inflammation and Nutrition and Behavior. Course instructors are experts in their area and almost all instructors are in practice within their topic of expertise, offering real-life experience and training.
“With the online format, a highly-experienced team of instructors and focused coursework, this degree program checks all the boxes necessary to take the next step in a career in nutrition,” said Robert Davidson, PhD, program director for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance. “As interest in nutrition and a healthier lifestyle soars, we expect demand for the program, as well as constant improvements to our offerings, to continue to grow.”