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School of Clinical Nutrition

School of Clinical Nutrition

Clinical Nutrition is the study of the relationship between food and a healthy body. More specifically it is the science of nutrients, and how they are used in and by the body. This school focuses on the latest research in nourishment, detoxification, blood types, and more.  

The requirements for our programs equal or exceed those of regionally accredited U.S. Colleges and Universities.kcnh spring special
 
 
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Masters

Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition (M.Sc.)

Today in our society, health professionals are expected to possess adequate knowledge in nutrition. This is a degree that will keep one updated on the latest research that is dependable and reliable. A holder of this degree will be knowledgeable in nourishment, detoxification, fluid and electrolyte balance, blood types, anti-oxidants, anti-stress disorders, physical fitness, infectious diseases, and mental performance. Once the eating and nutritional habits of one is explored, then a regimen may be designed to help anyone to better one's lifestyle. Interestingly, even some medical doctors today are taking studies in nutrition, since this significant field has been overlooked by medical colleges.
   
Course Title   Credit Hours
     
Principles of Digestion
Geriatric Nutrition*
Stress Management
Mental Conditions and Nutritional Therapy 
Microbiology I
Allergies and Nutritional Management
Biology*
Glycemic Index-Glucose Control
Clinical Nutrition I
Clinical Nutrition II
Clinical Nutrition III
Anatomy Physiology I
Anatomy Physiology II
Detoxification
Dissertation (Thesis) Two (2) theses of 5,000 words each – total 10,000 words.
  3
3
3
3
4
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Total Credit Hours
* Course may be subtituted for an elective.

  45
Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition Course Descriptions    

NOTE: The Masters in Clinical Nutrition has been approved by the prestigious Texas Chiropractic College! Graduates are eligible to receive certificates as Integrative Nutritional Consultants through TCC!


(Kingdom College of Natural Health and Texas College of Chiropractic have the right to withdraw program at anytime without notice.)

   

Doctorate

Doctor of Science in Clinical Nutrition (D.Sc.)

 
Course Title   Credit Hours
   
Introduction to Alternative Medicine I   3
Introduction to Alternative Medicine II   3
Introduction to Alternative Medicine III   3
Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy & Phytotherapy I   4
Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy & Phytotherapy II   4
Staying Healthy Without Drugs   3
Quantum Physics (Body & Mind Medicine)   4
Nutrition and Blood Chemistry (Clinical Measurements)   4
Nutritional Biochemistry*   4
Therapeutic Foods   4
Nutrition and Holistic Healing I   4
Nutrition and Holistic Healing II   4
Nutrition and Holistic Healing III
Practicum (Clientele Consulting, Jurisprudence [Law], and Certification taught by Kay K. Larson, Ph.D., author of "Starting a Business as a Natural Health Consultant: A Guide for the Professional"
  4
3
Mental Conditions and Nutritional Therapy   3
Geriatric Nutrition*   4
Immunology   3
Anti-Aging Medicine
  4
Dissertation—(Thesis) Three (3) theses of 5,000 words each – total 15,000 words.   3

Total Credit Hours
* Course may be substituted for an elective.
  68
     

Doctor of Science in Clinical Nutrition Course Descriptions