MS in Dietetics
The Coordinated Program in Dietetics requires a minimum of 30 hours of graduate courses in the program. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Sample Plan of Study
The following courses are required for this degree. Changes in course requirements may occur, as the program is required to meet the accreditation standards.
|BIO_SC 1500 or 1010 and 1020||5||ENGLSH 1000||3|
|GN_HES 1100||1||CHEM 1320||4|
|MATH 1100||3||HLTH_SCI 1000||3|
|PSYCH 1000||3||Hist. or Pol Sc||3|
|HES Foundation Course (recommend HDFS 1600 OR 1610)||3||Humanities (recommend Phil 1150 or 2440)||3|
|CHEM 2030||3||BIOCHM 3630 (B- or better required)||3|
|CHEM 2130||2||COMMUN 1200||3|
|MPP 3202||5||MANGMT 3000||3|
|NEP 2380||3||NEP 1995||3|
|HES Foundation Course (recommend FINPLN 2183)||3||NEP 2340 (B- or better required)||3|
|CDS 2190||3||NEP 2450||3||ESC_PS 4170||3|
|NEP 3360||2||NEP 3290||1||NEP 3400||1|
|NEP 4340||3||NEP 3390||2||NEP 3590||1|
|NEP 4360||3||NEP 4280||1|
|NEP 4590||3||Humanities (WI)||3|
|F_S 4310||4||MPP 4204||5|
|PTH_AS 2201||3||NEP 3370||3|
|NEP 4290||2||NEP 4370||3|
|NEP 4950||2||NEP 4951||1|
|Supporting Elective||3||NEP 8340||3|
|ESC_PS 7200||3||Professional Development (course proposal pending)||1|
|HMI 7430||3||Medical Nutrition Therapy (course proposal pending)||2|
|NEP 7380||2||Practice of Dietetics SPE (course proposal pending)||10|
|Medical Nutrition Therapy SPE (course proposal pending)||4|
|Total Credits: 149|
This is a professional program and will not require a Thesis, but will require a comprehensive exam.
The College of Human Environmental Sciences offers a Master of Science degree in dietetics. This degree is only for students accepted in the Coordinated Program in Dietetics. See BSHES in Nutritional Sciences with an emphasis in Dietetics at http://ns.missouri.edu/nutrition_foods.html for application information and criteria. The Coordinated Program is a five year program, in which student's receive a bachelor's in year four and a master's degree in year five. The required supervised practice occurs in years 3-5. An MS in Dietetics will occur in year five. After acceptance to the Coordinated Program, students must successfully complete their BS, MS and all supervised practice within the Coordinated Program, in order to receive their verification statement. The verification statement is required for eligibility to take the national Registration Examination for Dietitians.
Requirements for program continuation during the master's year will be posted on the Nutrition and Exercise Physiology website.