Master of Science in Food and Nutrition

Programs that prepare you for a careers in medical nutrition therapy, healthcare, foodservice management, biotechnology, food engineering, nutritional biochemistry and much more.

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Framingham State offers the Master of Science in Food and Nutrition in three in-demand concentrations. Each is designed to help students advance in their careers and become leaders in the field

As a career-changing professional, I was grateful to have the support I needed to balance this program with a busy work schedule. I have no doubt that the education I have received here at FSU has shaped my future as a competent and knowledgeable nutrition professional."

Lisa Lombardini

MS Candidate

  • The MS in Food and Nutrition is geared toward providing students with the real-world experience needed to advance in their careers. For students in the Coordinated Program in Dietetics, 1,200 hours of supervised practice in clinical nutrition, foodservice management, and community and school nutrition is required.
  • Students in the Coordinated Program in Dietetics boast a 96% first-time pass rate on the RD exam. 
  • Classes are taught by accessible faculty who care about your success. Most electives are offered online so you can work around your schedule.