The Department of Dietetics and Nutrition offers Bachelor, Masters, and Doctoral degrees in dietetics and nutrition. At the undergraduate level, we offer a coordinated program (CP) and Didactic Program in dietetics (DPD), both leading to a B.S. in dietetics and nutrition. At the graduate level,we offer a M.S. and Ph.D. degree as well as a dietetic internship (DI) program.
Bachelor of Science - Coordinated Program
Coordinated Program (CP)
The Coordinated Program (CP) is designed for individuals who wish to graduate with a B.S. of science degree, "job ready", and eligible to take the Registration Examination for Dietitians. The program provides experience in the three broad areas of dietetic practice (management, clinical, and community) and is designed to prepare entry-level dietitians for careers in a variety of health care and food service facilities. It requires two years of full-time, day-time study which includes the necessary supervised practice hours. CP is a limited access program. Only 16 students are admitted each year, and they must be in the final stages of completing or having already completed the prerequisites at the time of the March 1st application deadline.
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