Nutrition

The master’s program in Nutrition and Dietetics with a concentration in Clinical Nutrition prepares students for a wide range of careers as dietitians in health care, community, and private practice settings, as food industry specialists in public relations and media, and as nutrition educators in health care, community, or corporate health programs.  The Master of Science program also provides the opportunity for students to meet the registration eligibility requirements of the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).

 

To view a video of an Information Session that covers the entire program, visit this page.

For a comprehensive information packet on the 40 credit M.S. degree, click here.  

 

Students who have already completed the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) at an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) - accredited program and obtained a DPD Verification Statement may begin taking graduate level courses upon acceptance to this program.

Students who have not yet obtained a DPD Verification Statement must complete the DPD courses in Nutrition and Dietetics, which meet both prerequisite requirements to study at the master's level and eligibility requirements for applying to ACEND accredited dietetic internships.