MS in Nutrition (Denton and Houston) TWU graduate students who seek an MS in Nutrition take NFS 5314 Nutrition and Human Metabolism and NFS 5363 Human Nutrition in Disease plus other graduate courses in nutrition, biology, or chemistry. This degree prepares students for leadership positions as health practitioners or for advanced study in nutrition.
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All non-degree seeking students are allowed a maximum of 12 hours of graduate coursework, after which they must be admitted to the NFS graduate program before further graduate coursework can be taken.
NOTE: Students in the Master of Science coursework-only option programs in Nutrition, Food Systems Administration, and Food Science admitted before fall semester 2014 may choose to take the exit exam or complete the capstone seminar course for degree completion. Students admitted for or after fall semester 2014 must complete the capstone seminar course for degree completion.
Effective with admission for the Fall 2011 semester, provisional admission based upon the need for English proficiency will no longer be allowed. Rather, all students for whom an English proficiency test is required must meet the following minimum criteria: TOEFL (paper-based): Score of 550 or higher TOEFL (computer-based): Score of 213 or higher TOEFL iBT: Score of 79 or higher MELAB: Score of 80 or higher IELTS: Score of 6.5 or higher GRE: Verbal score of 153 (500 original) or higher
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