Best Nutrition Masters Programs
|1||Texas A&M University||9.33|
|2||Texas Tech University||9.23|
|3||California State University Chico||9.12|
|4||The Ohio State University||9.07|
|5||Brooklyn College – CUNY||8.87|
|6||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||8.78|
|7||Florida Sate University||8.58|
|8||Kent State University-Main Campus||8.49|
|9||The University of Tennessee Knoxville||8.42|
|10||Teachers College at Columbia University||8.33|
|13||New York University||8.13|
|15||Saint Louis University||8.06|
|17||University of Cincinnati||8.00|
|18||University at Buffalo State University of New York||7.98|
|18||University of Illinois at Chicago||7.93|
|21||Penn State University Park||7.87|
|22||Montclair State University||7.80|
|23||Johns Hopkins University||7.75|
|24||Texas Woman’s University||7.70|
In addition to rating the Best Nutrition Masters Programs, students often post comments regarding their experiences. One Class of 2015 student earning her Nutritional Sciences graduate degree from Texas Tech University commented: “Texas Tech University is an incredible school and I am so proud to be a Red Raider graduate student! I have had such incredible support already from my program director who continually goes above and beyond to make herself available and help students with anything they need. Having been a student at two other universities in Texas, I can say that this is a rare experience. Professors also communicate well with students and seem to be passionate about what they teach. Financial aid can be a bit time-consuming to deal with, but overall the process has been fairly smooth. Parking lots can be very far from where you need to be on campus, but Citibus does a great job transporting students where they need to go in a timely manner if you plan ahead. Lubbock is certainly not my favorite place in the world, but it does hold a special place in my heart because of the great experiences that I have had as a student (both undergraduate and graduate) at Texas Tech.”
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