With an advanced degree from FSHN, you can expect accelerated careers in industry, government, and academia. You’ll work collectively with faculty conducting world-class research covering wide-ranging topics—from postharvest processing of raw materials to applying nutritional therapy in clinical settings.
Choose from in-residence Master’s and Ph.D. programs with concentrations in either Food Science or in Human Nutrition, an entirely online Master’s program, and a Professional Science Master’s (PSM).
Master’s degree candidates may choose to pursue a thesis or non-thesis option. Thesis-seeking students must have financial support from an advisor. Non-thesis students are responsible for paying their own tuition.
Tuition and fees are direct costs charged by the university. The cost of attendance also includes indirect cost allowances for food, housing, books, supplies and other expenses. You will not be billed by the university for these costs unless you live in university housing. Use the Illinois Cost Calculator for an estimated cost of attendance.