Sample Degree Pathway for Master of Public Health - Dietetics

The Master of Public Health in Dietetics is intended for students who want to become Registered Dietitians (RDs) and is a 42-credit program. The dietetics option is an accredited Coordinated Program in Dietetics that combines the academic and supervised practice experience to qualify graduates to become RDs.

Required Courses Fall
Course # Course Name Cr.
Total 12
PUBH.5061 Environmental Health 3
PUBH.5750 Epidemiology & Biostatistics 3
PUBH.5021 Public Health Policy 3
NUTR.6000 Public Health Nutrition Practice (60 hours) 3
Required Courses Spring
Course # Course Name Cr.
Total 9
PUBH.5770 Leadership & Management in Public Health 3
NUTR.6020 Community Based Interventions 
3
NUTR.6050 Food & Nutrition Management (60 hrs) 3 
Required Course Summer
Course # Course Name Cr.
Total 1
NUTR.6660
Community Nutrition Supervised Practice (300 hrs)
1


Required Courses Fall
Course # Course Name Cr.
Total 10
NUTR.6010 Nutrition Assessment 3
PUBH.6660 MPH Practicum (120 hrs) 3
NUTR.6060 Advanced Clinical Nutrition 3
NUTR.6670 Food and Nutrition Management Supervised Practice 1


Required Courses Spring
Course # Course Name Cr.
Total 10
NUTR.6040 Nutrition Epidemiology 3
PUBH.6670 Integrated Practical Learning 3
PUBH.5010 Social/Behavioral Deter Health 3
NUTR.6680 Clinical Nutrition Supervised Practice (240 hrs) 1


Total Credits = 42

Last updated: 1/8/2019