Master of Science - Dietetics
The mission of the Master of Science degree program is to prepare graduates to practice in advanced level professional positions in the fields of clinical nutrition, community nutrition, and/or food and nutrition management.
The program offers a unique opportunity to dietetics professionals in southern West Virginia. It is open to persons who have completed a bachelor's degree in dietetics at a regionally accredited institution and have been admitted to the dietetic internship certificate program or are currently a Registered Dietitian.
Prospective students who wish to apply for admission to the master's degree program must meet the admission requirements for the internship. Upon successful completion of the internship certificate program, students may submit an additional application requesting full admission to the master's program.
Any other prospective students must currently hold the status of Registered Dietitian through the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Admission of these students will be handled on a case-by-case basis by the department. They should follow the admissions process described at the Graduate Admissions website