Due to changes in Visa requirements, international applicants are no longer eligible for conditional admission. If you are an international applicant that is interested in our program, the two nutrition courses listed above as well as the other courses listed above for non-science majors, may be completed as a non-degree seeking student at Texas State University.
To apply to take the above undergraduate courses at Texas State, prior to applying to the graduate program in Nutrition, check
We do not require the GRE. We do require all college and university transcripts, a one-page resume, a statement of purpose, and three letters of reference. The statement of purpose should discuss your interest in the field of nutrition, your professional goal(s), what makes you the best match or our graduate program, and why you are interested in our program. The letters of reference should address your preparation for and ability to succeed in graduate school. The letters should be from professors or other professionals in the fields of Nutrition, Dietetics, or the biomedical sciences. All documents must be submitted electronically by following the instructions via the "apply for admission" link below. Documents must be received before the application deadlines indicated though the link below.
Our program has firm application deadlines. Applicants that meet the priority deadline will be given funding preference.
To apply to the combined MS/DI please apply to BOTH the MS and DI by the priority deadline.
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