GREs are NOT required for admission into this program.
3 credits in each of the following before the start of the program:
3 credits in each of the following within 5 years of the start of the program:
6 credits of the following coursework within 5 years of the start of the program:
Admission to either concentration requires the applicant be a RDN or has a DPD Verification Statement
All applicants to the Graduate Programs will be carefully reviewed by the Program's Admissions Review Committee. Candidates are selected based on demonstrated ability to succeed academically, references, appropriate volunteer/work experience, and written communication skills.
A student can request up to six credits of graduate coursework be transferred and applied to program course requirements; transfer credits cannot be used toward program concentration course requirements. Any coursework used to meet graduate requirements for another degree will not be accepted except in the case of Stony Brook pre-approved coordinated programs and must have been taken in the prior 5 years.
Program faculty will review any requests for transfer credit and students will be notified of the decision. In order for transfer credit to be considered, a student must have earned a C+ or better and course content must match with the content of a specific course.
For international applications, please see information at this link regarding additional University requirements including submission of TOEFL scores and WES transcript evaluations.
Students may be eligible for financial aid and can discuss loan options with the Financial Aid Office located in the Stony Brook Union (631) 632-6840 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition and fees can found on the Student Financial Services website. Any questions regarding tuition payment and bills can be directed to Student Financial Services via its Contact Page.
The Graduate Nutrition Program does not provide any scholarships. There are scholarships available through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and can be found on the Academy's website.
Stony Brook MS students who have won scholarships through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:
2019-2019: Morgan Ashley, Lydia J. Roberts Memorial Scholarship in Public Health Nutrition