Graduate Curriculum and Handbook

The N&M curriculum provides graduate students with a common core of graduate level nutrition courses. Participation in these required courses ensures that students who pursue widely differing areas of specialization have an understanding of the breadth of modern nutrition research.

Nutritional Sciences MS/PhD students can track their requirements using the Advisement Report available in their Student Center. For more information and instructions on how to access the Advisement Report, please visit the Graduate Student Tracking System Access Page.

Graduate Curriculum

Students should use the graduate GUIDE page correlated with their year of entry to determine curricular requirements.

Nutritional Sciences PhD Nutritional Sciences MS
Guide 2023-2024 N&M Handbook 2023-2024 Guide 2023-2024 N&M Handbook 2023-2024
Guide 2022-2023 IGPNS Handbook 2022-2023 Guide 2022-2023 IGPNS Handbook 2022-2023
Guide 2021-2022 IGPNS Handbook 2021-2022 Guide 2021-2022 IGPNS Handbook 2021-2022
Guide 2020-2021 IGPNS Handbook 2020-2021 Guide 2020-2021 IGPNS Handbook 2020-2021
Guide 2019-2020 IGPNS Handbook 2019-2020 Guide 2019-2020 IGPNS Handbook 2019-2020
Guide 2018-2019 IGPNS Handbook 2018-2019 Guide 2018-2019 IGPNS Handbook 2018-2019
Guide 2017-2018 IGPNS Handbook 2017-2018 Guide 2017-2018 IGPNS Handbook 2017-2018
Guide was not available before 2017. Please work with Graduate Program Coordinator. IGPNS Handbook 2016-2017 Guide was not available before 2017. Please work with Graduate Program Coordinator. IGPNS Handbook 2016-2017

 

Certification Forms for Emphasis Groups

(Fall 2019 and past admits)

Human Nutrition Certification Form PhD

Human Nutrition Certification Form MS

Biochemical and Molecular Nutrition Certification Form PhD

Biochemical and Molecular Nutrition Certification Form MS

Animal Nutrition Certification Form PhD