School of Family and Consumer Sciences
Masters of Food and Nutrition
Graduate assistantships in the School of Family and Consumer Sciences are available to qualified students and are awarded on a competitive basis. Assistantships may include a waiver of tuition and general fees, but not laboratory fees. Students with an assistantship also receive a per semester stipend.
Current graduate tuition and fees can be found at http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/bursar/page25739.html.
Financial aid and scholarship information is available from BGSU's Office of Student Financial Aid - http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/sfa/. Several scholarships are available for graduate students through the School of Family and Consumer Sciences and the College of Education and Human Development - http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/edhd/scholarships/index.html. Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships that are available through professional organizations such as the Ohio Nutrition Council.