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In keeping with the mission of Texas Woman's University and the mission of the College of Health Sciences, the mission of the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences promotes student leadership and service through learning and engagement acquired by specialized education in nutrition, food sciences, or food systems administration through the accessibility of faculty, facilities, conducive learning environments, and internships. Students assimilate knowledge and proficiency through the promotion of critical thinking, communication, and scholarly activity via the classroom, laboratory, and business settings. Students can earn a bachelor, master's, or doctoral degree.

Student receives Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation scholarship

Amber Thomas, Dr. Imrhan, and Mrs. RewAmber Thomas, who recently graduated with a BS in Nutrition (Dietetics) with a 4.0 GPA, is seen with Dr. Imrhan and Mrs. Rew receiving an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation scholarship funded by the Texas Association of Local WIC Directors (TALWD). She is continuing her education at TWU and will earn a MS in Nutrition degree in the near future. Miss Thomas is also a dietetic intern in Denton working towards her Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) credential.   

Dietetic student is TWU's first Jack Kent Cooke Scholar

Texas Woman’s University welcomed its first Jack Kent Cooke Scholar this fall – a high-achieving student who plans to be actively involved on campus.
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Course Rotation (pdf)

THECB 18 Doctoral Characteristics 

NFS Happenings

  • NFS Student in Who's Who
  • Summer Nutrition Culinary Camp
  • NFS Exit Exam Dates 
  • MS Capstone Course available in lieu of Exit Exam

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