Graduate Credit at UH
The Health and Human Performance department at UH offers a Master of Science degree with a dual track in Sports Nutrition and Nutritional Science. Interns in the UH Dietetic Internship may earn up to 6 hours of graduate credit for their UH Internship towards the M.S. in Nutrition program at UH.
Some of the highlights of the graduate nutrition program at UH include:
- Outstanding internship and professional employment opportunities exist in the greater Houston area.
- Graduate tuition rates at UH are very reasonable, and there are many fellowship opportunities available. we accept applications every semester for teaching fellow and research assistant positions that offer 9 credit hours of full tuition waiver, plus a generous stipend each month and health insurance.
- You have an opportunity to work with the #1 ranked, most productive faculty in the nation in the fields of health, physical education and recreation, according to Academic Analytics.
- You will improve your marketability for promotions and open more career opportunities.
- You will become part of an active, nationwide alumni organization that proudly supports the great traditions of the University of Houston.
Qualified students are highly encouraged to apply to the nutrition graduate program at UH. If you are interested in learning more, please contact the internship director Dr. Sharon Bode at email@example.com
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Admission to the graduate program is separate from the Dietetic Internship. GRE scores will be required for admission to any UH graduate program. Interested students should contact the internship director for more information. Participation in these programs gives the intern an opportunity to qualify for financial aid and health insurance through UH.
Up to 6 hours of graduate credit are also available in the following programs:
- Master of Education in one of three emphasis areas: Health education, Allied Health Education and Administration, Physical Education
- Master of Science in Exercise Science.
- 6 hours of graduate credit for their UH Internship from Texas Woman's University (TWU) towards a Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition. Interns must be enrolled at TWU concurrently during the UH internship. For further information visit the TWU website at www.twu.edu