The Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition Thesis Stream program offers students the opportunity to strengthen their research skills through advanced course work and Thesis development under the guidance of a Faculty Supervisor.
See answers to questions commonly asked by our students about the MScFN Internship Stream program.
During the academic year, there are many events Masters students can be involved in both on and off-campus. These opportunities range from networking events, research showcases and lectures.
The MScFN program has benefited from the generous mentorship of numerous Registered Dietitians and other Preceptors who have provided nutrition care, population and public health, food service management and research placements for our students.
There are resources that may help you throughout your time in the MScFN program.