Dietetics (Post-Bachelor Certificate)
This program is available to students admitted to the Coordinated Program in Dietetics (CPD) who already have an undergraduate degree. Completion of the CPD makes graduates of the program eligible to take the National Registration Examination for Dietitians, which, when successfully completed, confers the legal designation of Registered Dietitian.
Students who have received an undergraduate degree from Wayne State University should contact the department for application procedures. Students who have received an undergraduate degree from another institution must complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission and have transcripts of previous work sent directly to the Office of Admissions. Application to the CPD is separate from that to the University (CPD applications should be obtained from the department, and applications are accepted only once yearly). The deadline is April 1 for program entry the following fall semester.
Students with a dietetics degree generally will have fulfilled all prerequisite course requirements; see Core Courses for the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics degree. Any courses in which the student had received a grade of D or below must be repeated; any dietetics courses in which the student has received a grade of C-plus or below must be repeated. Dietetics courses include food service management, medical nutrition therapy (also called clinical nutrition or diet therapy), and community nutrition. Following successful completion of all Core Courses in the undergraduate degree program, the student will elect the Core Courses for the Post-Bachelor Certificate in Dietetics.
Students who possess an undergraduate degree that is not in dietetics do not need to obtain a second undergraduate degree in dietetics, but they must complete all Core Courses for the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, or their equivalents at other universities. Students in this category should consult with a dietetics advisor at their earliest opportunity. Following successful completion of all Core Courses in the undergraduate degree program, the student will elect the Core Courses for the Post-Bachelor Certificate in Dietetics.
|NFS 4100||Nutrition Care Process I||2|
|NFS 4120||Nutrition Care Process II||2|
|NFS 4210||Dietetic Practice II||10|
|NFS 4220||Dietetic Practice III||10|
|NFS 5200||Advanced Dietetics||3|
|NFS 5360||Management of Nutritional Care and Services||3|
|NFS 6860||Controversial Issues in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics||2|
The Dietetics Post-Bachelor Certificate is designed to be completed in 2 years.
This program will cost $18,551.97 for in-state tuition and fees and $37,538.85 for out-of-state tuition and fees if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.
Fewer than 10 students completed this program within normal time. Typical student debt has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.
Program meets licensure requirements in the following States: Michigan
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