The Dietetic Internship–Master of Science (DI–MS) program provides a strong academic foundation in nutrition and dietetics to allow you to meet the challenges of a rapidly developing and changing profession. This two-year, full-time master's program includes 30 credit hours of graduate work, 1,184 hours of supervised practice experience in a wide range of inpatient, outpatient, and community settings, and a capstone. View the tentative 2023–24 calendar.
The supervised practice component will prepare you to translate this knowledge into the provision of healthy, attractive food required for health and healing, patient care in the community and tertiary care hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, workplace wellness, and community nutrition services.
To be verified to sit for the RD Examination, interns must successfully complete the Dietetic Internship-M.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics Program. Verification requires successful completion of all supervised practice rotations within each practice core culminating in entry-level proficiency as defined within each practice core and satisfactory completion (minimum of B- (80%) in each didactic course required to meet the degree requirements for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics.