Coordinated Master's Program in Dietetics (CMPD) Option
Please note, only current FSHN graduate students are eligible to apply to the CMPD.
The CSU Coordinated Master’s Program in Dietetics leads to the master of science degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. Students usually complete their program of study and research requirement in the Community Nutrition area.
The program includes didactic instruction and provides Foundation Knowledge and Skills and 1260 hours of supervised practice to meet the 2017 Core Competencies for Dietitians. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) credentialing exam for dietitian nutritionists.
For a more detailed program description, peruse our complete document CMPD Information or individual sections:
- Program Description and Mission
- Program Goals and Objectives
- Application Procedures
- Admission and Program Completion Requirements
- Recommended Program of Study and General Comments
- Supervised Practice and Credit for Prior Learning
- Tuition, Stipend, Financial Aid and Insurance Requirements
- Challenge Information
- CSU Academic Calendar