CP: Program Completion Requirements

Program Completion Requirements

To graduate from the coordinated program, students must complete all required course work for the bachelor of science and master of arts, as well as a minimum of 1200 hours of supervised practice.

Students who enter the program with an existing bachelor degree and DPD verification statement must complete all course work for the master of arts, plus a minimum of 1200 hours of supervised practice.

Students must earn at least a ‘B’ in graduate courses taken as an undergraduate to maintain eligibility to advance to the master’s level following conferral of their bachelor’s degree.

Once considered a graduate student, students must earn at least a ‘B-’ in all graduate level courses.

To graduate, each student must also demonstrate achievement of each of the competencies for entry-level dietitian nutritionists (CDRNs) and the four program concentration competencies.

Upon completion of all of the above requirements, students will receive a bachelor of science in dietetics (if applicable), a master of arts in health advancement and promotion, and a CP verification statement making them eligible to sit for the credentialing examination for registered dietitian nutritionists.


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