What makes the College of Human Sciences unique today is the tradition of integrating science-based skills with human-based values. It is truly a place that challenges students academically, whether at the master's or doctoral level, and prepares them for exciting, rewarding careers in the global marketplace. Outstanding faculty scholars instruct and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, serving as a support system to maximize personal and professional growth. The Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Hospitality Management offers graduate study leading to a Master of Science degree, with an emphasis in Nutrition or Hotel and Restaurant Management. The department also offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Nutrition, Dietetics and Hospitality Management with an emphasis in Nutrition or Hotel and Restaurant Management.