Nutritional Sciences: Master of Science Degree

The MS curriculum features coursework in core human nutrition topics and will serve students either as a terminal degree, for those seeking academic and research careers, or as a doctoral preparatory program.

Applicants should have a strong interest in science and health, an undergraduate degree in a field of basic or applied science, and, at a minimum, should have taken courses in biology, physiology, general and organic chemistry, biochemistry, and calculus.

How Do I Apply?

MS applicants apply to our program through the University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School.

View additional information for international applicants.

Financial Support

Qualified students can receive financial support through grants or scholarships from the Rackham Graduate School and the School of Public Health. Please visit our Admissions & Financial Aid page for more information.

More Information

For answers to any questions that you might have, please visit other pages on this website and/or contact:

Susan Aaronson, Program Manager: