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Academic Programs

The department offers multiple programs. The Dietetic Internship Graduate Certificate program prepares graduates for entry into careers as Registered Dietitians. It is fully accredited and includes 14 hours of graduate credit that can be applied toward the M.S. degree. The M.S. degree in dietetics and nutrition is designed for professionals in nutrition and other careers with a science background and includes thesis and nonthesis options. The M.S. degree is offered both on campus and via a distance education program. The Ph.D. degree in medical nutrition science provides the opportunity for research at a world-class academic health center.

More about careers and areas of study in dietetics and nutrition can be found on the department's website.

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