All students in the Masters Program in Human Nutrition at Texas State University take the following core courses (18 hours):
- NUTR 5305 – Seminar in Nutrition and Disease
- NUTR 5306 – Seminar in Nutrition in the Lifespan
- NUTR 5350 – Research Methods
- NUTR 5366 – Nutrient Metabolism I
- NUTR 5367 – Nutrient Metabolism II
- NUTR 5372 - Advances in Nutrition Policy and Ethics
- NUTR 5364 - The Science of Nutrition and Exercise
Students must also choose between thesis and non-thesis tracks.
Thesis students complete 33 hours of coursework and conduct original scientific research under the direction of a graduate faculty member.
- Thesis students also complete FCS 5311, Statistics and Data Analysis for Family and Consumer Sciences.
- Thesis also complete at least one elective course and thesis-specific courses to graduate.
Non-thesis students complete 39 hours to graduate and take seven elective courses in addition to the above core courses.
If you are requesting an override outside of the normal registration period, please email Ms. Hernandez to let her know that you have requested an override.
If you are wanting to take NUTR 5355, Adv Independent Study, please fill out this form.