MS: Admission Requirements

Graduate students collaborate on food and nutrition research projects to develop skills in research design, data collection, analysis, and presentation. This collaboration helps graduate students to develop a strong professional network. DEVELOPING STRONG SKILLS: Graduate students collaborate on food and nutrition research projects to develop skills in research design, data collection, analysis, and presentation. This collaboration helps graduate students to develop a strong professional network.

To apply to the Master of Science program in Food and Nutrition, please submit your completed application, including all materials listed below, to the IUP Graduate Admissions Office.Before submission, be sure that you have met the program prerequisites: minimum undergraduate 3.0 GPA and evidence of completion of prerequisite courses in chemistry, anatomy, and physiology at the undergraduate level. Refer to the FAQ page for clarification.

Submit the following items for consideration:

  • Apply online
  • $50 nonrefundable application fee
  • Signed and dated academic goal statement
  • Official transcripts from allcolleges and universities attended
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Resume

Submit all application materials to:

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Admissions Office
Sutton Hall, Room 120
1011 South Drive
Indiana, PA 15705
graduate-admissions@iup.edu

Completed applications are forwarded from the Graduate Admissions Office to the Department of Food and Nutrition forreview.