STheBagel Posted October 2, 2013 Share Posted October 2, 2013 I'm a pharmacy student at a public state school that does not offer the MPH and I spoke to my school's nutrition department on possibly getting a masters of science in nutrition with a concentration in exercise science (as the nutrition and kineseology department work together). I am not 100% sure what kind of pharmacy I will be practicing yet (mostly clinical) but I personally have an interest it having the knowledge and opportunity to research the effect of exercise and diets on drugs and clinical outcomes. I wanted to pursue the MPH later mostly for the social and behavioral science aspect but also to compliment the possible MS in Nutrition. However, I don't know if there will be considerable overlap with the MS and MPH curriculum, so I'm not sure if I should just drop the idea of the MS in nutrition. With both degrees, my goal is policy development, education, intervention and research. Insights? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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