Kenmore, San Diego; California, Washington; USA

Students are drawn to Bastyr University’s innovative nutrition degree programs because they encompass a ‘whole food’ approach – a study of food in its entirety, its individual components and how it affects the human body. The faculty in the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science at Bastyr prepares students to meet the nutritional needs and challenges of individuals and equips graduates with the tools to make an impact on societal and global scales. The university offers four graduate nutrition programs, each supporting unique nutrition career goals.
  • Non Profit Program Type(s): Personalized Nutrition, Holistic Nutrition, Dietetics, Integrative Health, Other
  • Degrees / Credentials: MS, RD/RDN, Other
  • Established: 1984
  • Graduation Rate: >95%
  • Learning Options: On Campus, Full-time, Part-time
  • Percentage of Applicants Accepted Last Year: 98%
  • Average Length of the Program: 2 years
  • Pre-requisite(s): Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Basic Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology, Life Sciences, Behavioral Science
  • Total Program Costs: $50k-$100k
  • Student Loans available
  • Scholarship, Grants, and Stipends available
  • Acreditation(s): ACEND – Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics, Regional- NWCCU- Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
  • Graduates satisfy didactic requirement for which certification(s) or state licensing: CCN, CNS – Fully meets coursework requirements, State licensure (in at least some states), RD
  • Contact: Debra A. Boutin (425)-602-3124 | [email protected]