- Graduate Program Application
How to Apply:
Apply online at Texas A&M University GraduateCAS.
Applications are accepted on a rolling-basis year-round. However, all students who want to be considered for University (e.g., Merit, Diversity) or departmental funding (e.g., GAT, GAR) need to apply by the priority deadline.
Master of Science and PhD deadlines:
Fall/Summer application deadline is December 1.
Spring application deadline is September 1.
The Master of Clinical Nutrition only admits for fall with a deadline of Dec. 1.
We continue to accept new applications after the deadline until all positions become filled.
Qualified applicants are accepted as laboratory facilities and/or supervisory faculty become available. Completed applications are forwarded to the respective division faculty for evaluation. Appropriate academic qualifications are determined by the accepting faculty member and divisional admissions committee. Applicants should contact any faculty members whose research interests most closely align with their own once they have submitted their application.
The basic requirement for admission to graduate studies in Nutrition at Texas A&M University is a scholastic record which, over at least the last two years of full-time academic study in a degree program, gives evidence of the applicant’s ability to do successful graduate-level work. Specific requirements for admission into the graduate program include a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) on an undergraduate degree in nutrition or a related field.
Three Letters of Recommendation
Statement of Purpose
CV or Resume
English Language Proficiency Verification (International students only)
Minimum TOEFL i-BT score of 80 (in person or Home Edition) from a test date within two years (Texas A&M University does not accept the MyBest TOEFL score), or
Minimum TOEFL Essentials score of 8.5, or
Minimum IELTS Academic test score of 6.0 overall band (Texas A&M University does not accept the IELTS General test), or
Acquiring alternative verification during the admission process from the Graduate and Professional School via a departmental request. An international graduate student holding a master’s degree, or completing all years of a bachelor’s degree or higher, from an accredited institution located in the U.S. qualifies for alternative verification.
No GRE Scores Required