Combined Degree Programs

Master of Science in Nutrition + Didactic Program in Dietetics

Master of Science in Nutrition + MPH

This is a combined degree program offered in conjunction with Public Health at the School of Medicine, which offers students a combined Master of Science in Nutrition and Master of Public Health degree. The program is offered in two years (6 semesters) time providing students the opportunity to pursue complementary programs and concentrations within public health and nutrition.

Master of Science + MA in UEP

This program was developed for Master of Science students in the Friedman School who are interested in ways that food policy fits into broader areas of public policy, especially community development, and for students in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning who want to apply their policy skills to agricultural, food system and nutrition issues.

Master of Science + MALD

This combined degree program, offered in conjunction with the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, provides an opportunity for a limited number of highly qualified students to earn both the M.A.L.D. degree and M.S. in Food Policy and Applied Nutrition in three years. Normally, each program takes two years to complete.