Master’s degree students may wish to combine their graduate studies with a dietetic internship. BGSU’s dietetic internship program is currently granted initial accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Education of Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). In addition to completing the Master’s degree admission requirements, applicants must participate through the D&D dietetic internship-matching program. For more information about the dietetics internships at BGSU, see www.bgsu.edu/colleges/edhd/fcs/di/index.html.
If you wish to pursue becoming a Registered Dietitian but do not have a F&N/dietetic undergraduate degree, please contact Carrie Hamady, Undergraduate Dietetics Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will review your transcripts and help you plan your course of study to meet the didactic requirements of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This may require one or more years of undergraduate coursework.
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Faculty and professional advisors are committed to helping all students succeed. Students in the graduate program receive advising from food and nutrition faculty.
The graduate Food and Nutrition program is completed in two years and will result in a Masters of Food and Nutrition.
SERVICES AND RESOURCES
The Graduate program is housed in the Health and Human Services Building.
Opportunities are available for students to interact and conduct research with professionals in the field and related disciplines, such as faculty in the departments of biology and chemistry at BGSU, faculty at the University of Toledo Medical Center, and professionals working in community/public/clinical nutrition and the food industry. Students have also interacted with community agencies through partnership grants awarded to faculty.