Program and Application Information:
Director of Graduate Education: Carla Peterson
PhD offered: No
Masters Offered: Master of Family and Consumer Sciences
Certificate(s) Offered: Family Financial Planning, Gerontology; Youth Development Specialist, Youth Program Management and Evaluation . For certificate requirements, click here.
Area(s) of Specialization (will appear on all ISU transcripts after graduation): Dietetics; Family Financial Planning; Foodservice and Hospitality Management; Gerontology; Human Development & Family Studies; Nutrition; Textiles and Clothing
Application Deadlines: Applications are accepted for every semester. General guidelines: February 15 for summer semester, February 15 for fall semester, and September 15 for spring semester.
English Proficiency Minimum:
Program Will Review Without TOEFL or IELTS: No
Program Requires GRE: Yes
GRE/TOEFL/IELTS information: The GRE is only required for the MFCS-Comprehensive program. It is NOT required for the FFP, DIET, Gerontology or Youth Development specializations.
Program Profile: http://www.hs.iastate.edu/online-grad/applying/
Application Submission Process:
Iowa State University provides graduate applicants the opportunity to upload most of the required application materials as part of their application. Please refer to the Application Instructions (links provided below) to learn what you need to do to submit a complete application for admission and for advice on uploading materials, including what is accepted and what is not.
Please note that you can upload these documents at the time that you apply, or at a later time if you do not have them all available when you apply. Click on the red bulleted items for further instructions.