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Since the MS in Nutrition is a degree awarded by the School of Graduate Studies, prospective students must apply online through Hobsons (again via the School of Graduate Studies), pay the fee and submit the letters of recommendation.
Prospective students will have to mail their official transcripts, resume, one to two-page statement of career goals and why you are interested in our program to:
Department of Nutrition
CWRU - School of Medicine
10900 Euclid Avenue, W-G48
Cleveland, OH 44106-4954
For more information, contact the Department of Nutrition:
- Phone: 216.368.2440
- Email: email@example.com
- Click here if you are ready to apply for admission to the BSTP program at Case Western Reserve University with Nutrition as your Priority Program of Interest (or PPI). The School of Graduate Studies processes the application and includes a nonrefundable application fee. Priority will be given to applications received by December 1. We will continue to review applications received after the priority deadline, but not beyond the final application deadline of January 15. Your application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee as soon as it is complete.
Please note that our program has limited financial resources for supporting students who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
- Application for the PhD in Nutrition program as a result of acceptance into the Medical Sciences Training Program (MSTP). The MSTP program is a highly selective combined MD/PhD program. Students in the MSTP Program take PhD course work in conjunction with MD course work. The MSTP students have 20 different PhD programs available to them including Nutrition. Upon completion of their PhD course work, the students will work full time on their PhD and then upon completion of the PhD return to traditional medical school to complete their MD. Admissions Information >>
- Application for direct admission to the program can be done through the School of Graduate Studies. The deadline to apply is June 1. Applications will be evaluated beginning January 1st with applicants being accepted on a rolling basis. Apply online through Hobsons as a direct admit nutrition student. Apply Online >>