The Friedman School pursues cutting-edge research and education from cell to society, including in molecular nutrition, human metabolism, population studies, clinical trials, nutrition interventions and behavior change, communication, food systems and sustainability, global food insecurity, humanitarian crises, and food economics and policy.
The individual courses in the Online Graduate Certificate Programs are designed to meet the needs of working professionals and others interested in expanding their knowledge, enhancing their skill set, or improving their marketability in order to advance in their career. You'll work with students from around the globe to learn from the school's renowned faculty, collaborate and network, and receive expert instruction on a flexible schedule that is compatible with your busy life.
Flexible Course Options
You can take as many, or few, courses as they want to meet their own needs and interests
Contact our program director for corporate and group class pricing
Earn academic credit for each course successfully completed
Upon completion of three courses, you'll earn a Certificate of Graduate Studies from Tufts University
Each certificate program can be completed in 1-3 years
Online courses at the Friedman School are characterized by small class sizes, engaged faculty members, and rigorous coursework. The certificate courses are highly interactive, so students can expect their teachers to be not just a lecturer, but facilitators of student learning and active participants. While the nature of online learning allows students flexibility and convenience with their studies, the courses are not self-paced. Each student is expected to participate in course activities and discussions every week.
All online courses offered within the certificate programs are designed and taught by Tufts faculty, and held to the same academic standards and rigor as those taught live on the Boston campus. The Friedman Graduate Certificate Programs were reviewed by the accrediting body of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and are encompassed within Tufts University's NEASC accreditation