- MS in Clinical Nutrition
- MS in Nutrition Education
- MS in Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness
2. Submit an Application & Fee
- The Nutrition program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2014 using the current application. However, there will be a new application that will become available on September 1, 2014 for the following terms:
Winter 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015 and Fall 2015. Please check back for more information.
- Application are reviewed on a rolling basis. Fall Quarter enrollment is required for the MS in Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness program and is strongly preferred for the MS in Clinical Nutrition and Nutrition Education programs.
- Please be aware that entry into the MS in Clinical Nutrition and Nutrition Education programs during any quarter other than Fall could increase the length of time required to complete the degree. This is due to the sequencing of courses and the fact that each course is generally offered once a year.
- A $50.00 non-refundable application fee is required to submit your application.
Application Deadlines and Quarter of Program Entry
(Begins March 2, 2015)
(Begins May 27, 2015)
(Begins August 18, 2014)
(Begins November 17, 2014)
|January 15, 2015
|| April 15, 2015
||July 1, 2014
||October 1, 2014
3. Official Transcripts
- Please submit official transcripts from all colleges, universities, and community colleges previously attended
4. Letters of Recommendation
- Two letters of recommendation from professionals and/or academicians who know you well (i.e. pre-health advisors/committees, professors, or supervisors).
- Letters of recommendation must be signed, placed in a sealed envelope, and have that person’s signature across the seal of the envelope.
- An RFUMS recommendation form is provided for your convenience; however, if the recommender chooses not to utilize our form, he/she must use the appropriate letterhead stationery and envelope of the agency or university for which he/she works or teaches.
5. Standardized Test Scores
- An official score report from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required of any applicant who does not hold US citizenship or permanent residency. This test must have been taken within the last two years and scores must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service. This requirement may be waived at the University’s discretion for the following:
- Applicants who have been full-time students in a United States college or university for at least two consecutive years.
- Applicants from countries in which English is the primary language.
6. Technical Standards
Please submit all supporting materials to:
Rosalind Franklin University
3333 Green Bay Road
North Chicago, IL 60064