Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Nutritional Sciences
Welcome to the Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Nutritional Sciences (IGPNS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison! Our IGPNS program comprises faculty from Nutritional Sciences, Biochemistry, Medicine, Animal Sciences and more (click here to see a complete list of the IGPNS faculty and their affiliations).
UW-Madison's ONLINE Capstone Certificate program is designed for new graduates and experienced professionals seeking advanced training in
Applications are being accepted now! The program begins in January 2014!
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Ph.D. degrees are offered in the Biochemical and Molecular Nutrition, Human Nutrition and Animal Nutrition Emphasis Groups.
Master's degrees are offered in the Biochemical/Molecular Nutrition and Human Nutrition Emphasis Groups.
The objectives of the IGPNS are to:
- Provide students with an understanding of basic nutrition principles as they apply to both humans and animals.
- Introduce students to the multidisciplinary nature of nutrition research.
- Assist students in attaining a successful career through their studies and research.
- IGPNS degrees comply with the Higher Learning Commission. Learn more here.