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Degree information for Food and Environmental Nutrition

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Degree information for the Coordinated Program

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Degree information regarding the discontinued Didactic Program (DP) (B.S. Dietetics)

The Didactic Program (DP) is no longer offered; however, the program has remained active until all current students have completed their coursework to graduate. Data regarding the goals and objectives of the former DP are available upon request.

The undergraduate Didactic Program in Dietetics provided the core knowledge needed to become a Registered Dietitian. Students were prepared to apply and complete a Dietetic Internship prior to taking the National Dietetic Registration Examination. Effective January 1, 2024, the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) will require a minimum of a master’s degree to be eligible to take the credentialing exam to become a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).  

New students are encouraged to apply to the Coordinated Program or the Food and Environmental Nutrition Program.


To speak with an academic adviser, please contact:

College of Health and Human Sciences
Mary Gladwin Hall 313

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Students can transfer to the College of Health and Human Sciences with 12 credits, 3.0 GPA, and 1 pre-requisite science completed. Admitted students will be considered pre-admits to their desired major and will receive advising from the College of Health and Human Sciences Student Success Center in Mary Gladwin Hall 313. Once the student meets or is in progress to complete the first year requirements with a 3.0 GPA and a C or better, then the student will be eligible to apply to a nutrition/dietetics major. Students admitted to the program will be assigned a faculty advisor.

To speak with an academic advisor, please contact:

College of Health and Human Sciences
Mary Gladwin Hall 313