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School of Adult and Graduate Education
Blaney Hall 105

Master in Nutrition
Martine Scannavino, DHSc, RDN, LDN, FAND
Chair, Department of Nutrition
The Allen Chair of Nutrition
Director, Master in Nutrition
610-437-4471 ext. 3486

Master in Nutrition

The Master in Nutrition online program welcomes applications from students and professionals in the field of nutrition and all health science disciplines. It offers graduate students the opportunity to engage in an interdisciplinary and individualized course of study that will best meet the student’s professional goals. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to apply evidence-based interventions in the education and treatment of health challenges in populations. In addition, students will develop the skills needed to define, advocate and affect change in health policy.

The mission of the Cedar Crest College Master in Nutrition is to develop leaders in the field of health promotion and disease prevention by providing the educational experiences that provide the opportunity for you to gain the competencies and skills needed to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate health programming to meet the needs of diverse populations locally, nationally and globally.

The concentration in nutrition will empower Registered Dietitians and other health professionals to take on the many nutrition challenges in public health. Graduate students will gain comprehensive assessment and effective program planning skills that allow them to make a positive impact on the health of communities.

Program Highlights

Experienced Faculty - Personalized Attention

All of our Master in Nutrition courses are taught by highly credentialed professionals with experience in a variety of health settings. You will have the opportunity to develop professional connections through the program’s Practicum experience that will assist you in growing your career after graduation.


The program’s fully online format offers the flexibility needed to accommodate the schedule of today’s dynamic professional.

The 36 credit curriculum can be completed in three 12 week semesters (for students enrolled full time (9 credits / semester) less than 18 months).


Through the Pathways to Professional Excellence program, the College offers tuition discounts to employees or members of our partner institutions. We also have a tuition reimbursement deferment program. Contact the School of Adult and Graduate Education to see if you are eligible.

Be Well Solutions

Cedar Crest is a proud partner of Be Well Solutions and welcomes their students to enroll in the online Master in Nutrition program. To learn more, visit our partner page at Be Well Solutions.