IV. Degree Regulations
Master of Applied Nutrition
The MAN degree of the University of Guelph requires the demonstration of a reasonable mastery of a concentrated field of study. This may be attested by the achievement of satisfactory standings in a number of courses, as determined by the department. A thesis is not required.
The courses selected must be acceptable to the school and to the dean of Graduate Studies for graduate credit. The candidate must obtain an overall weighted average grade of at least ‘B-' in order to qualify for the degree.
A total of seven courses (6.5 credits) are required for the completion of this program, made up of three regular courses, three practicum courses and a major project.
In addition to the prescribed studies, the student may take ancillary courses supportive of the special discipline. These courses may be at either the undergraduate or the graduate level.