Master of Science in Human Nutrition
Graduate Program Director: Dr. Sarah Stallings, 803/323-4520
The M.S. in Human Nutrition degree program can be completed with or without a thesis, and with or without a dietetic internship. Click the Required Program links below to view the different degree requirements.
Admission as a graduate degree student in human nutrition requires the applicant to show adequate undergraduate preparation for graduate work in the chosen program and to have a satisfactory grade point average.
A combined score of 286 or higher (minimum of 146 on verbal and 140 on quantitative) on the Graduate Record Examination is preferred. Admission is competitive. Each graduate applicant must also complete an entrance conference with the director of the program or his/her designee.
MS Required Program
MS Required Program with Internship
Human Nutrition Home Page
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