Graduate Nutrition Programs

Graduate Nutrition Program

Promote healthy choices.

People are becoming more aware of food’s role in preventing and treating illnesses. As such, demand for qualified nutrition professionals grows. More dietitians and nutritionists are needed to care for patients and advise those wanting to improve their health.

Meredith’s graduate programs in nutrition are some of the region’s best. Our three complementary programs – the Didactic Program in Dietetics, Dietetic Internship, and Master of Science in Nutrition – prepare nutrition professionals at every level to go strong.

Each program is open to men and women and provides a firm foundation in essential scientific knowledge, practical skills, and leadership.

No matter which program (or programs) you pursue, you’ll experience the benefits of a Meredith education. Small classes. A collaborative learning environment. Hands-on professional development and practical research opportunities.

When you’re ready to cultivate a healthier tomorrow, go strong.

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Master of Science in Nutrition

Master of Science in Nutrition

For those seeking the terminal degree in the field.


Dietetic Internship

Dietetic Internship

For those preparing to become a Registered Dietitian.


Didactic Program in Dietetics

Didactic Program in Dietetics

For those wanting to enter a Dietetic Internship or sit for the Dietetic Technician, Registered exam.

Why Meredith?

"Meredith has provided me with a strong foundation, vast knowledge, and the confidence to make a difference in the nutrition field."Amanda Bodenheimer, '14, M.S. in Nutrition