The Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Health Sciences offers a Master of Science degree in Nutrition. Thesis research studies completed by graduate students in nutrition have consistently been presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics (Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo). In addition, graduate students in our department have won awards and have been nominated for Best Master’s Thesis Oral presentation. Our Program offers small classes, opportunity to work closely with faculty, an excellent learning environment, and an opportunity to conduct research.
Central Washington University is located in historic Ellensburg, Washington, 100 miles east of Seattle. Outdoor recreation enthusiasts enjoy hiking, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, fishing, bicycling, rafting, camping, and more in the beautiful Kittitas Valley and nearby Cascade Mountains. Assistantships: $16,000-$17,000 Academic Year Award
Graduate Assistantships are available to outstanding graduate candidates. Graduate assistants (GA’s) teach discussion sections of the basic nutrition course as well as undergraduate food laboratory courses. GA’s may also assist the faculty in other courses and work on nutrition related projects. The award consists of a monthly stipend, health insurance, and a tuition waiver.
Baccalaureate degree in Nutrition or related fieldsMinimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA (last 90 credits)Graduate Record ExaminationThree letters of recommendation;A written statement of purpose
Recipient: Central Washington University
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