The Graduate Program in Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science (CNEM) at Masters and Doctoral levels, aims at training teachers and high-level researchers. The program emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach, critical scientific training, qualification of content and the programs seeding mission. The continued pursuit of academic excellence and commitment to the training of human resources through international level of research activity are the basic motivations of the program.
The program is geared towards professionals such as biologists, physical education teachers, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, biomedical scientists, medical doctors and nutritionists, as well as exact sciences professionals who can interact in a multidisciplinary way within the research topics of the program.
More information about the proposed curriculum, faculty, and program organization structure can be found in the 2016 Graduate Program Catalog at the Dean of Graduate Studies website.
EVALUATION AND RECOGNITION
The Master's degree programs in Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science received a score of 4 at CAPES evaluation regarding the triennial of 2007/2009 and were recognized by the MEC (Ministry of Education) Ordinance 1.325 of 21/09/2011, published at the Federal Official Gazette on 22/09/2011.
The doctorate degree programs in Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science received a score of 4 at CAPES evaluation was recognized by the MEC (Ministry of Education) Ordinance 821 of 03/09/2013, published at the Federal Official Gazette on 05/09/2013.