Grand Valley State University's Master of Science in Clinical Dietetics program is an innovative program taught by nationally recognized faculty. Track A and B in the M.S. are part of Grand Valley's Department of Allied Health Sciencesand College of Health Professions.
Track A is a 49 to 52 credit coordinated graduate program designed for those who need supervised practice. Classes are taught using the hybrid model, with some in-seat laboratory experiences during the first and second semester of the program. Upon successful completion, this program provides eligibility to sit for the registration exam leading to the RDN credential.
Track B is a part-time, 39 to 42 credit hybrid program designed especially for credentialed Registered Dietitians (RDs) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) who desire a master’s degree. The program enables working professionals to build on their broad knowledge and attain deeper comprehension and skill in practice, allowing them to be more competitive in practice now and in the future.