Master of Science in Health Sciences, Concentration in Nutrition

Georgia State University
Degree Level Masters
Total Credit Hours 36
Per Credit Hour Cost $398.00
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Program Description

The Master of Science with a major in Health Sciences and a concentration in Nutrition is an online 36-semester hour program. Students that graduate from this program are able to formulate research questions, organize and test research problems, and evaluate research study results. Graduates foster critical thinking, inquiry, and professional leadership in the field. Students receive advanced study in nutrition and engage in a framework for additional advanced degree study that enhances career development. This program does not meet requirements for becoming a Registered Dietitian (RD). If your interest is to become an RD, please refer to our Master of Science – Coordinated Program.

Admissions Information

In addition to the application form, transcripts from each college/university attended, curriculum vitae/resume, statement of goals, two letters of recommendation, and GRE scores. Prerequisite courses will take a minimum of three (3) semesters to complete. NOTE: CHEM 1211K is a prerequisite for CHEM 1212K and BIOL 2110K. CHEM 1212K is a prerequisite for CHEM 2400 and CHEM 2100. Inorganic Chemistry (2 semesters): (GSU CHEM 1211K and CHEM 1212K or equivalent). Organic Chemistry (1 semester): (GSU CHEM 2400 and CHEM 2100 or equivalent). Human Anatomy and Physiology (2 semesters): (GSU BIOL 2110K and BIOL 2120K or GSU BIOL 2107K, BIOL 2108K, BIOL 3240 and BIOL 3250 or equivalent). Principles of Nutrition (1 semester): (GSU NUTR 2100 or equivalent). NOTE: Online laboratory courses will not be accepted. Grade Point Average >3.0 is required for all coursework completed prior to the application. GRE scores: Quantitative and Verbal percentile rankings >50% preferred; Analytical Writing score >3.5 required. For international students: official TOEFL score (for applicants whose native language is not English) and international credential evaluation (for applicants who have completed any education outside the U.S.). See the International Applicants document.