What are the admission requirements?
This is a master's level program. Students are required to be a graduate of a nutrition program or hold a degree in another medical field:
Nutrition Therapist, Dietician, or graduate of a nutrition program that at least has foundational courses in Biochemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrients and Digestion
Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses
Other certified or licensed healthcare practitioners
If you are unsure if you qualify, please connect with firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the application requirements?
The 100 hour internship is designed to provide students that have not had time in the field working with the cancer population that experience. An advisor can help you find a site in your area or help you customize one that serves your career goals. If you have been in practice and can provide documentation of 100 hours of experience, then the internship course requirement may be waived.
The program is offered in the English language only at this time. We accept students from around the world. Graduates of the program receive a certificate of completion from the Oncology Nutrition Institute. Individual students will need to check the laws in their own country, with individual employers or educational institutions to confirm recognition of the Oncology Nutrition Institute certificate.
PAYMENTS & SCHOLARSHIPS
The total cost of the program is $4,000. Click here to see the breakdown of costs. Payments are made per course, students are not expected to pay for the full program all at once. Once students begin the program they have two years to complete the coursework. Currently there are no scholarships available but there may be in the future.
This is a 100% online program. Students can chose to take one or two classes at a time per term. There are three terms: fall, winter and spring, and you can start the program during any one of these terms. . Once you've been accepted and registered for your course(s) you will receive a link to the syllabus, power points, and weekly assignments. There are two due dates per term, when assignments are emailed to and graded by an instructor. Plan to spend three to five hours per week on homework per course.