Texas Tech University

Master of Science in Nutritional Sciences

 Credit Hours
Bachelor of Science Degree
College of Human Sciences


About the Program

The Master of Science program in Nutritional Sciences (NS) prepares students to continue on with a Ph.D. to be qualified for faculty and post-doctorate positions as well as careers in various industry settings. Research projects can be in clinical nutrition, community nutrition, basic science, or dietetics.

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