Contact: Dr. Kathy
Wright, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission to the MS in Nutrition
program is based on a full review of application materials and acceptance by
the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Students do not need to have a BS in Nutrition, but must have a baccalaureate degree and must
have completed the following courses or their equivalency prior to enrolling in this advanced degree program.
- $25 Application Fee
- Minimum 3.0 GPA on 4.0 scale
- If GPA is between 2.8 and 2.999, the applicant will be considered for Provisional Acceptance.
Students provisionally admitted into the MS in Nutrition program will be expected to take and successfully complete six graduate credits by advisement before formal admission to the program.
- Two letters of recommendation; one professional and one academic preferred, to speak to
applicant's academic, writing, and critical thinking abilities as well as applicant's motivation to achieve the MS degree.
- CHM-1101- Introduction to Chemistry
- CHM-1102 - Inorganic and Organic Chemistry
- CHM-2201 - Introduction to Biochemistry
- BSC-1121 - Anatomy & Physiology I
- BSC-1122 - Anatomy & Physiology II
- NTR-2211 - Introduction to Nutrition
- NTR-3314 - Life-Cycle Nutrition
- NTR-3316 - Community Nutrition
- At least one Medical Nutrition Therapy course, such as NTR-4401 Medical Nutrition Therapy I