This will be a multifaceted research-based project that will demonstrate attainment of skills and objectives to serve as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students to successfully obtain a Master of Health Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition. Similar to a thesis, each student’s capstone project will vary, but will be at least a trimester long and produce a final written product that will be given as an oral presentation as well. Demonstration of learning and proficiency of applied clinical nutrition skills through the written as well as oral presentation of these findings will be required for successful completion of program and awarding of the degree. Prerequisites: Completion of all masters-level certificate courses and a co/prerequisite of NUTR 5301