Your passion, your future - here.
In the College of Human Sciences, we study every aspect of peoples' daily lives; how they interact with their families and communities, how they dress, how they exercise, and how they eat. Internships, practicums, special projects and research opportunities allow our students to obtain practical experience, present their work to others, publish, and build contacts in the industry and academic communities. As a graduate student you will work closely with faculty members. Therefore, it is important your interests align. We recommend that you view Faculty CVs before applying.
A visit to campus is highly encouraged.
- We offer annual opportunities, such as CHS Grad Programs Open House and Research & Creativity Day, for you to learn about our graduate programs and meet our current students.
- We participate in FSU's Graduate and Professional Career Fair held every October.
Visit the sites below to find out more about the admissions requirements and deadlines for each program.
Master's of Science Programs
- Exercise Physiology
- An accelerated master's program is available: 4+1 (combined B.S. / M.S.) +
- Sports Nutrition *
- Sports Sciences
- Food Science
- Nutrition Science
- Nutrition Education and Health Promotion
+ Open only to B.S. in Exercise Physiology students at FSU
* Available with or without a dietetics internship
Whatever position you may be in, there are many options to make graduate school a reality. We've provided several of the most helpful resources offered:
- • Fulbright Programs
- • FSU Graduate School Funding and Awards
- • Academic Common Market
- • Florida Linkage Institute Waivers
Graduate assistantships (teaching and research) are awarded through each department. To find out more, please contact them directly.
In order to be eligible for some awards, domestic students may need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information about the FAFSA, please review the FSU Office of Financial Aid website.