Texas Tech UniversityRanked 127 in Best National University.
Online Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
College description: Online Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics. The online master degree for registered dietitians and nutritionists offers a flexible option to earn a graduate degree online while completing your dietetic internship or continuing your career. Texas Tech University online Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics is specifically designed for students who will receive a DPD verification statement, be completing a dietetic internship or for those who are currently Registered Dietitians Nutritionists. The flexibility of this online degree program allows you to earn your MS degree in dietetics through distance education without interrupting your family and work responsibilities.
GRE requirement has been waived for admission.
1. Complete the Standard Program Application.
2. Submit a personal statement addressing questions provided by DICAS. This is included with your application packet
3. Send Official Transcripts of ALL Universities attended.
4. Request a Verification Statement or Declaration of Intent from your DPD Director using DICAS request system.
5. Letters of Recommendation: TTU prefers 2 faculty and 1 employer for recommendation letters but can have 3 letters from faculty. Request through the DICAS system.
6. Scan and upload into ONE document into your DICAS application
SUNY OneontaRanked 41 in Best Regional University in North.
M.S. Nutrition and Dietetics Program Options (online)
The university are looking for highly motivated, self-directed RDs/RDNs who are interested in earning a master’s degree and can thrive in our online environment. Criteria include:
(i) minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
(ii) demonstrated evidence of ability to take responsibility for one's own learning in an online program
The GRE exam is not required.
Submit a completed graduate application with a non-refundable $50 fee (waived for SUNY Oneonta alumni)
Include a letter of application that addresses the following: 1) reason(s) for applying, 2) evidence of your personal and professional growth and achievement, 3) evidence of having developed the ability to assume considerable responsibility for your own learning, 4) career objectives, 5) previous experience with distance learning and/or independent learning, and 6) an analysis of your strengths and weaknesses that are relevant to completing this online M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics Program.
Online Nutrition and Food Systems Degree
College description: Fully Online Master of Science in Nutrition and Food Systems with an emphasis in Dietetics Practice designed specifically to be integrated into a Dietetic Internship. Completion of the graduate degree and the dietetic internship are planned to be completed within a 2-year time frame. No need for additional letters of recommendation to the graduate school (DICAS letters accepted).
The fully online Master of Science in Nutrition and Food Systems emphasizing Dietetics Practice enables students enrolled in a dietetic internship to complete half of their degree concurrently with supervised practice, while the remainder of the Online Nutrition and Food Systems Degree requirements can be completed fully online.
Requirements for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Food Systems
The emphasis in Dietetic Practice is fully online and fulfills Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics requirements for supervised practice. The emphasis in Management of Child Nutrition Programs is available as a fully online program.
Please be aware that not all course choices listed in the University Bulletin are available online. However, sufficient online options are available to complete this degree.
Only students who apply to dietetic internships that are directly affiliated with the Master of Science in Nutrition & Food Systems are eligible to apply for the university program.
A master’s degree alone does not allow one to work as a dietitian nutritionist.
In addition to the coursework, students must also complete a dietetic internship that is integrated with the master’s degree.
Online classes waive the out of state fees. All coursework for this degree program is delivered in an online format.
The department will process the application and inform students of their admission status
If admitted under regular admission, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and have no more than 2 grades lower than or equal to a C+ during their graduate coursework
Additionally, Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and have no more than 2 grades lower than or equal to a C+ during their graduate coursework
Master of Arts in Teaching
Arizona State University Campus ImmersionRanked 127 in Best National University.
Online Master In Nutrition Dietetics
College description: Professionals who understand the origins of conflict often have better insight into the source(s) of specific disagreements. They have a unique knowledge of why some go against their otherwise pleasant nature when trying to resolve a disagreement. Through ASU Law Online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) with an emphasis in Conflict Resolution, learn identify potential opportunities to ensure successful and positive outcomes in a variety of unique scenarios, industries, and roles.
The online MS in Nutritional Science is based on scientific foundations of nutrition and reinforces essential skills in project management, interpretation of research literature, critical inquiry and problem-solving.
ASU Online offers start dates every 7.5 weeks.
The online MS in human nutritional science with a dietetics concentration, offered by the ASU College of Health Solutions, is a non-thesis option for registered dietitians seeking to continue their education and advance their skills as practitioners. Designed with working professionals and students' learning preferences in mind, this online program can be completed either full time or part time. The online program is based on the scientific foundations of nutrition and prepares students to have strong writing skills, interpretive expertise and problem-solving skills.
Graduates with a Master of Science in Nutritional Science with an emphasis on Dietetics have career opportunities illustrated in the following list.
GP A minimum of a 3.00 cumulative GPA or better is required in the last two years of work leading to a bachelor's degree.
English Proficiency Requirement: Applicants whose native language is not English must submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language score.
Required Admission Examinations: Because passing the RD exam and gaining work experience in the field of dietetics are required for successful admission to the MS in human nutritional science, dietetics concentration, the Nutrition Program Graduate Committee does not require applicants to take or submit scores from the Graduate Record Examination
Letters of Recommendation: Three letters of recommendation, including at least one from an employer or work supervisor.
Resume: A resume that summarizes the applicant's academic, volunteer, and employment experiences.
Written Statement: A one- to two-page, typed, double-spaced, personal statement addressing the following: significant professional responsibilities the applicant has held; professional goals and reasons for desiring to enroll in this program; strengths that will help the applicant succeed in this program and in reaching their professional goals; and personal interests in research, including, if applicable, studies involving the practice of dietetics.
Applicant will apply for admission through the online application at Graduate Education.
Applicant will be required to pay a $70 nonrefundable application fee
Admission decisions are made after all of the application materials have been received.
ASU Online is dedicated to providing innovative, high-quality online education to Sun Devils from across the country and around the world.
University of UtahRanked 127 in Best National University.
College description: Options for a full-time or part-time program of study. The programs of study at the College of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Tuition for online courses is based on residency and is the same whether you take an online or on campus course. Online students do pay an additional $60 fee, per course, to cover the costs of operating online courses.
The Master of Science in Gerontology degree is available online. The university Gerontology online courses are open to all university students, not solely those pursuing a nursing degree.
At the University of Utah, the university courses combine the flexibility of online teaching with the advantages and direct engagement of traditional teaching.
Participate in and guide online discussions.
Graduate program application information can be found here.
Completion of a graduate admissions application
Minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
NOT required for applicants with a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher
REQUIRED for applicants with a cumulative GPA of 3.19 or lower; score cannot be in excess of five years old
International students without permanent residence status cannot participate in the university program since it is fully online.
Graduate applicants interested in the Master of Science program may be eligible for reduced costs.
Tuition for the Master of Science in Gerontology varies from the standard university tuition schedule.