Master of Science in Nutrition
Our Master of Science in Nutrition provides professional training for students seeking skills related to the broad fields of basic, molecular and applied human nutrition. Students can gain expertise in the areas of nutritional biochemistry, physiology, immunology, and/or molecular biology, while applied nutrition students may be interested in clinical, community or international nutrition research. Students can pursue a thesis or non-thesis degree path.
Students seeking a Master of Science in Nutrition must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours for the thesis path and 36 hours for the non-thesis path.
- Fall: December 1 priority; February 1 final
- Spring: September 1
What Do I Need to Apply?
- Application through the Texas A&M University GraduateCAS system
- Upload unofficial transcripts with your application
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Purpose
- Three letters of recommendation, submitted online with your application
- Official transcripts and records, sent to the Office of Admissions
Official TOEFL scores are required for international applicants. Official scores must be sent by ETS directly to Texas A&M University using the school code: 6003. Visit the Graduate & Professional School website for a list of requirements, exemptions and other useful information regarding the TOEFL/IELTS Exams.