Knoxville; Tennessee; USA

What We Believe Huntington University of Health Sciences believes in an individualized, functional approach to nutrition as an integral component of a balanced and healthy lifestyle. The University’s unique focus combines conventional and holistic nutrition that supports the building blocks to improve the quality of life. Mission Statement Huntington University of Health Sciences seeks to educate through the transformative potential of integrative healthcare by empowering students with quality, online programs in nutrition and other health sciences to positively impact lives. Objectives (Academics) Provide quality, flexible undergraduate, graduate, doctoral degree, and credit-bearing non-degree programs. (Student Services) Provide consistent and responsive communication and support to students and faculty. (Sustainability) Maintain affordable educational options to an increasing student population that enables ongoing sustainability and advancement in education. (Marketing/Communication) Continue to be the accredited leader in health science education by building relationships with like-minded people. (Health Sciences) Educate students to contribute to the health sciences profession through lifelong learning, real-world application, and research.
  • Program Type(s): Personalized Nutrition, Holistic Nutrition, Integrative Health
  • Degrees / Credentials: BS, MS, PhD
  • Established: 1985
  • Graduation Rate: 57%
  • Learning Options: Online
  • Percentage of Applicants Accepted Last Year: 86%
  • Average Length of the Program: 4 years
  • Pre-requisite(s): Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Basic Nutrition Internship Required to Graduate
  • Total Program Costs: $20k-$50k
  • Student Loans available
  • Scholarship, Grants, and Stipends available
  • Acreditation(s): Distance- Distance Education and Training Council (DETC)
  • Graduates satisfy didactic requirement for which certification(s) or state licensing: State licensure (in at least some states)
  • Contact: Gregory Scott865-524-8079 | [email protected]