The Masters in Nutrition programme was designed to improve the candidate’s capacity for scientific research and applications in the area of Nutritional Biochemistry.
The programme which consists of coursework and research components runs for a minimum duration of four semesters and maximum duration of six semesters.
Candidates seeking admission for the Master of Science Degree Programme in Nutrition must have any of the following academic
qualifications from recognized institutions:
a) Applicants must have five (5) credit passes including English language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
b) Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Biochemistry, Dietetics, Nutrition, Nursing, Medicine, Food Science, Food Technology, Home Economics, Microbiology, and related disciplines with a minimum of Second Class degree.
b) HND Credit plus PGDN at a minimum of Credit level, in addition to satisfying University Matriculation requirements.