Master of Dietetics and Nutrition
The professional curriculum is completed in a lock-step sequence and there is no provision for part-time or evening-only enrollment. The curriculum includes all knowledge and practical skills required for professional credentialing. Successful completion of the program will require the successful completion of didactic coursework, supervised practice experiences, and the graduate project or case study.
The program includes supervised practice experiences in: acute care; long-term care; outpatient settings; wellness facilities; and in community and industry agencies. Students must have transportation and may have to drive further distances for supervised practice
View the full MDN Curriculum Guide
Suggested Scheduling Plan
The suggested scheduling plan was developed to ensure that students can complete the MDN in five semesters, including one summer term. We recommend scheduling core courses as outlined below due to limited flexibility in their offering.
Year 1 - Autumn
Year 1 - Spring
Year 1 - Summer
Year 2 - Autumn
Year 2 - Spring