Students are required to complete a minimum of 33 credit hours of graduate lecture, Seminar, and research courses, and to complete and defend a thesis.
Nutrition, Biochemistry, Physiology, and Statistics
Nutrition or course cross-listed with nutrition – 6 credits
Biochemistry* – 3 credits
Physiology – 3 credits
Statistics – 3 credits
Nutrition Seminar** – 3 credits
*Biochemistry 411 or equivalent may be used to meet the 3 credit Biochemistry requirement for the M.S. degree.
** (2 hours of section 601 and 1 hour of section 602)