The mission of the Nutrition Science Program is to contribute to evidence-based practice through research and to provide instructional excellence and leadership in its fields of study through scholarship, practice, civic engagement, advocacy and entrepreneurial endeavors to promote the nutritional health and well-being of individuals of all ages, their families and their communities.
Applications The priority deadline for applications for the Nutrition Science Graduate Program are accepted until March is February 15th and admittance is for the fall semester only. Learn more about how to apply and required application materials. All prospective graduate students are advised to become familiar with and follow the Graduate School admission procedures. International students should also visit International Graduate Student admissions, which provides additional information and instructions regarding admissions procedures. All applicants must submit anthe following:
- Non-refundable application fee
- Official transcripts of earlier academic degrees
- T.O.E.F.L. or I.E.L.T.S. and financial statement (if applicable)
- Three recent (within 3 years) letters of recommendation (preferably from faculty members)
- Personal statement reflective of career goals and objectives (including research)