Online Nutrition and Dietetic RD/RDN Masters Degree Program

    ONLINE Master's Degree (M.S.) – NUTRITION AND DIETETICS PROGRAM (RD/RDN OPTION) 

    The Online M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetic Program (RD/RDN option) offers Registered Dietitians/Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RD/RDN) an affordable, high-quality "seamless approach" to becoming a masters-prepared RD/RDN.  The RD/RDN option builds upon the success of SUNY Oneonta's current online M.S.-Nutrition and Dietetics Program and seeks to advance the profession by providing highly-qualified masters-prepared Registered Dietitians ready to meet market demands. The M.S.–N+D Program allows students to remain in their own communities while completing this online graduate program.

    The M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) awards 12 credit hours of prior learning credit to RD/RDN's for completion of an ACEND accredited dietetic internship and successfully passing the CDR Registration Examination for Dietitians.  The prior learning credit equates to and replaces the supervised practice component. Accepted graduate students are required to complete 9 credit hours of core courses, 9 credit hours of electives and a 6-credit hour Service Learning Project. The RD/RDN option allows those who have already earned the RD/RDN credential to complete the M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics program in one year as a full time student or two to six years as a part-time student. Upon acceptance, students should consult with their assigned academic advisor for program planning related to taking courses full time or part time. Students who apply, must provide evidence that they have daily access to a computer, the Internet, and have identified a preceptor/agency in which to complete their three-semester Service Learning Project.

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    Degree Requirements:

    Prior Learning Credit: 12 s.h.  

    NUTR 555 Advanced Nutrition Therapy 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 548 Research Methods 3 s.h.
    NUTR 580 Service Learning Project Proposal 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 581 Service Learning Project 3 s.h.
    NUTR 590 Current Issues in Dietetics 3 s.h. 

    Elective Coursework as advised 9 s.h.

    Program Total: 36 s.h.

    Students may complete the program full time (one year) as follows:

    Summer semester (6 credit hours):  Elective by Advisement,  Research Methods
    Fall semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal, Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy
    Spring semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project, Two Electives by Advisement

    Students may complete the program part time as follows:

    Year I (begin in Fall):
    Fall semester (6 credit hours):  Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy  
    Spring semester (6 credit hours):  Two Electives by Advisement

    Year II (begin in Summer): 
    Summer semester (6 credit hours): Elective by Advisement, Research Methods
    Fall semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal
    Spring semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project

      

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to the M.S.–Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) are required to:

    • Submit a completed Graduate degree application with a non- refundable $50 fee. Application Fee of $50 waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area by submitting all official undergraduate transcripts. 
    • Have achieved a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.  
    • Provide a copy of RD/RDN registration card or registration certificate. 
    • Provide two letters of recommendation (may be submitted online as part of the online application) 
    • Complete and submit the Preceptor Facility Form
    • Complete and submit the Memorandum of Understanding for Service Learning Project  
    • Fall and Summer admission (Fall 2017 admission only available) 

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    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    Technology Requirements: 

    To participate in SUNY Oneonta's online Nutrition and Dietetics Master's Degree Program (RD/RDN OPTION), students must have access to the internet (broadband and/or DSL connection preferred) that match the specifications found at the Blackboard Help Website. In addition, the following is required:  A computer with Windows 7 or above PC or OSX 10.9 or higher for a Macintosh computer. Valid, working email address that accepts mail from all “oneonta.edu” addresses, Word processing software that has the capability to save files in the Microsoft Word 2010 and above and RTF file formats. All required courses will be accessed online through Blackboard, an online learning environment and course delivery system supported through the Academic Information Technology Services Department.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:

    Recent changes in state authorization legislation have established significant application and fee requirements for colleges providing online courses or programs. At this time, SUNY Oneonta is not able to accept applicants residing in several states. For an up-to-date listing of approved states, please contact the Director of the Online Nutrition and Dietetics Program Dr. Jennifer Bueche at (607) 436-2050 or Jennifer.Bueche@oneonta.edu

     

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    Online Nutrition and Dietetic RD/RDN Masters Degree Program

    • Online Nutrition and Dietetics Graduate Student Erin Roth at Bassett Medical Center

    ONLINE Master's Degree (M.S.) – NUTRITION AND DIETETICS PROGRAM (RD/RDN OPTION) 

    The Online M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetic Program (RD/RDN option) offers Registered Dietitians/Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RD/RDN) an affordable, high-quality "seamless approach" to becoming a masters-prepared RD/RDN.  The RD/RDN option builds upon the success of SUNY Oneonta's current online M.S.-Nutrition and Dietetics Program and seeks to advance the profession by providing highly-qualified masters-prepared Registered Dietitians ready to meet market demands. The M.S.–N+D Program allows students to remain in their own communities while completing this online graduate program.

    The M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) awards 12 credit hours of prior learning credit to RD/RDN's for completion of an ACEND accredited dietetic internship and successfully passing the CDR Registration Examination for Dietitians.  The prior learning credit equates to and replaces the supervised practice component. Accepted graduate students are required to complete 9 credit hours of core courses, 9 credit hours of electives and a 6-credit hour Service Learning Project. The RD/RDN option allows those who have already earned the RD/RDN credential to complete the M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics program in one year as a full time student or two to six years as a part-time student. Upon acceptance, students should consult with their assigned academic advisor for program planning related to taking courses full time or part time. Students who apply, must provide evidence that they have daily access to a computer, the Internet, and have identified a preceptor/agency in which to complete their three-semester Service Learning Project.

    APPLY ONLINE 

    Degree Requirements:

    Prior Learning Credit: 12 s.h.  

    NUTR 555 Advanced Nutrition Therapy 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 548 Research Methods 3 s.h.
    NUTR 580 Service Learning Project Proposal 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 581 Service Learning Project 3 s.h.
    NUTR 590 Current Issues in Dietetics 3 s.h. 

    Elective Coursework as advised 9 s.h.

    Program Total: 36 s.h.

    Students may complete the program full time (one year) as follows:

    Summer semester (6 credit hours):  Elective by Advisement,  Research Methods
    Fall semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal, Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy
    Spring semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project, Two Electives by Advisement

    Students may complete the program part time as follows:

    Year I (begin in Fall):
    Fall semester (6 credit hours):  Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy  
    Spring semester (6 credit hours):  Two Electives by Advisement

    Year II (begin in Summer): 
    Summer semester (6 credit hours): Elective by Advisement, Research Methods
    Fall semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal
    Spring semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project

      

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to the M.S.–Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) are required to:

    • Submit a completed Graduate degree application with a non- refundable $50 fee. Application Fee of $50 waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area by submitting all official undergraduate transcripts. 
    • Have achieved a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.  
    • Provide a copy of RD/RDN registration card or registration certificate. 
    • Provide two letters of recommendation (may be submitted online as part of the online application) 
    • Complete and submit the Preceptor Facility Form
    • Complete and submit the Memorandum of Understanding for Service Learning Project  
    • Fall and Summer admission (Fall 2017 admission only available) 

    APPLY ONLINE

    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    Technology Requirements: 

    To participate in SUNY Oneonta's online Nutrition and Dietetics Master's Degree Program (RD/RDN OPTION), students must have access to the internet (broadband and/or DSL connection preferred) that match the specifications found at the Blackboard Help Website. In addition, the following is required:  A computer with Windows 7 or above PC or OSX 10.9 or higher for a Macintosh computer. Valid, working email address that accepts mail from all “oneonta.edu” addresses, Word processing software that has the capability to save files in the Microsoft Word 2010 and above and RTF file formats. All required courses will be accessed online through Blackboard, an online learning environment and course delivery system supported through the Academic Information Technology Services Department.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:

    Recent changes in state authorization legislation have established significant application and fee requirements for colleges providing online courses or programs. At this time, SUNY Oneonta is not able to accept applicants residing in several states. For an up-to-date listing of approved states, please contact the Director of the Online Nutrition and Dietetics Program Dr. Jennifer Bueche at (607) 436-2050 or Jennifer.Bueche@oneonta.edu

     

    APPLY ONLINE

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Online Nutrition and Dietetic RD/RDN Masters Degree Program

    • Online Nutrition and Dietetics Graduate Student Erin Roth at Bassett Medical Center

    ONLINE Master's Degree (M.S.) – NUTRITION AND DIETETICS PROGRAM (RD/RDN OPTION) 

    The Online M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetic Program (RD/RDN option) offers Registered Dietitians/Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RD/RDN) an affordable, high-quality "seamless approach" to becoming a masters-prepared RD/RDN.  The RD/RDN option builds upon the success of SUNY Oneonta's current online M.S.-Nutrition and Dietetics Program and seeks to advance the profession by providing highly-qualified masters-prepared Registered Dietitians ready to meet market demands. The M.S.–N+D Program allows students to remain in their own communities while completing this online graduate program.

    The M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) awards 12 credit hours of prior learning credit to RD/RDN's for completion of an ACEND accredited dietetic internship and successfully passing the CDR Registration Examination for Dietitians.  The prior learning credit equates to and replaces the supervised practice component. Accepted graduate students are required to complete 9 credit hours of core courses, 9 credit hours of electives and a 6-credit hour Service Learning Project. The RD/RDN option allows those who have already earned the RD/RDN credential to complete the M.S. – Nutrition and Dietetics program in one year as a full time student or two to six years as a part-time student. Upon acceptance, students should consult with their assigned academic advisor for program planning related to taking courses full time or part time. Students who apply, must provide evidence that they have daily access to a computer, the Internet, and have identified a preceptor/agency in which to complete their three-semester Service Learning Project.

    APPLY ONLINE 

    Degree Requirements:

    Prior Learning Credit: 12 s.h.  

    NUTR 555 Advanced Nutrition Therapy 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 548 Research Methods 3 s.h.
    NUTR 580 Service Learning Project Proposal 3 s.h. 
    NUTR 581 Service Learning Project 3 s.h.
    NUTR 590 Current Issues in Dietetics 3 s.h. 

    Elective Coursework as advised 9 s.h.

    Program Total: 36 s.h.

    Students may complete the program full time (one year) as follows:

    Summer semester (6 credit hours):  Elective by Advisement,  Research Methods
    Fall semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal, Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy
    Spring semester (9 credit hours): Service Learning Project, Two Electives by Advisement

    Students may complete the program part time as follows:

    Year I (begin in Fall):
    Fall semester (6 credit hours):  Current Issues in Dietetics, Advanced Nutrition Therapy  
    Spring semester (6 credit hours):  Two Electives by Advisement

    Year II (begin in Summer): 
    Summer semester (6 credit hours): Elective by Advisement, Research Methods
    Fall semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project Proposal
    Spring semester (3 credit hours): Service Learning Project

      

    Admission Requirements:

    All students applying for admission to the M.S.–Nutrition and Dietetics Program (RD/RDN option) are required to:

    • Submit a completed Graduate degree application with a non- refundable $50 fee. Application Fee of $50 waived for SUNY Oneonta Alumni.
    • Provide evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree in a functionally related area by submitting all official undergraduate transcripts. 
    • Have achieved a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.  
    • Provide a copy of RD/RDN registration card or registration certificate. 
    • Provide two letters of recommendation (may be submitted online as part of the online application) 
    • Complete and submit the Preceptor Facility Form
    • Complete and submit the Memorandum of Understanding for Service Learning Project  
    • Fall and Summer admission (Fall 2017 admission only available) 

    APPLY ONLINE

    Graduate Tuition and Fees

    Technology Requirements: 

    To participate in SUNY Oneonta's online Nutrition and Dietetics Master's Degree Program (RD/RDN OPTION), students must have access to the internet (broadband and/or DSL connection preferred) that match the specifications found at the Blackboard Help Website. In addition, the following is required:  A computer with Windows 7 or above PC or OSX 10.9 or higher for a Macintosh computer. Valid, working email address that accepts mail from all “oneonta.edu” addresses, Word processing software that has the capability to save files in the Microsoft Word 2010 and above and RTF file formats. All required courses will be accessed online through Blackboard, an online learning environment and course delivery system supported through the Academic Information Technology Services Department.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:

    Recent changes in state authorization legislation have established significant application and fee requirements for colleges providing online courses or programs. At this time, SUNY Oneonta is not able to accept applicants residing in several states. For an up-to-date listing of approved states, please contact the Director of the Online Nutrition and Dietetics Program Dr. Jennifer Bueche at (607) 436-2050 or Jennifer.Bueche@oneonta.edu

     

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