Dietetics Concentration

The concentration is a didactic program and is approved by the American Dietetic Association. Students who successfully complete the program are qualified to apply for accredited dietetic internships or approved preprofessional practice programs as means for achieving eligibility for active membership in the ADA and for writing the examination for registered dietitian (RD) status. Detailed information is available from the dietetics program director about special costs and requirements of students in the program. Graduates from the dietetics concentration also may seek direct employment in such areas as school food service, extended care facilities, and commercial or industrial food services.

Degree Requirements

  1. Human Environmental Sciences Core Component 17 hours
  2. General Education Component 61 hours
  3. Human Environmental Sciences Component 29 hours
  4. Business Component 9 hours
  5. Professional Development Courses 15 hours

Total required for a B.S. degree -- 131 hours

A minimum of 48 hours is required in upper division courses.




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