Earn your Master's degree and become a nutritionist
Our Master’s in Dietetics is designed for current students who are interested in becoming a registered dietitian.
The program includes didactic instruction and provides you with 1260 hours of supervised practice to meet the Core Competencies for Dietitians.
Our program ensures you get practical experience and coursework in the following:
- Community Nutrition – health needs assessment, program planning and delivery for vulnerable populations
- Clinical Nutrition – focus is on medical nutrition therapy for acute medical conditions
- Food Service Management – management and nutrition planning for large institutions like hospitals and schools
If you are interested in this unique program, contact our program director: Leslie Cunningham-Sabo at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a graduate student, you may choose a curriculum that requires you to conduct research and complete a thesis. Our faculty explore a wide range of nutrition-related research topics and encourage our graduate students to participate.