Prepare for credentialing as a registered dietitian in a program that provides unsurpassed field experience and graduate study.
There are three requirements to become a registered dietitian (RD):
For more information on the requirements and process to become a registered dietitian, including education, supervised practice and passage of the credentialing examination, review the registration eligibility requirements for dietitians.
UB’s Dietetic Internship fulfills the second requirement. Our program provides this necessary field experience (1200 hours of supervised practice) in the first 12-months of the 16-month comprehensive exam track or 21-month thesis track, which further prepares you for credentialing as an RD with an MS in nutrition.
* Licensure is not required in New York State, however other states may require licensure. Please review for details on what states require licensure.
While in the program, you'll have the opportunity to intern in a wide-array of settings, including:
Western New York is a multicultural region and you will have an opportunity to work with a wide variety of cultures and diverse populations.
RDs are now eligible to use the optional title of registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).
Students who have completed our program and taken the RD exam as of August 2015
Contact Barbara Schultz, MS, RD, CDN at 716-829-5653 or email@example.com.
The University at Buffalo Dietetic Internship with MS in Nutrition program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000 Chicago, IL 60606-6995.
Phone: (312) 899-0040 x5400 eatright.org/ACEND
The UB Dietetic Internship with MS in Nutrition program currently has available seats in the Rochester, NY area; approximately 70 miles from Buffalo, NY, or about one-hour of driving time. Rochester commuting students will have the majority of their supervised practice rotations in the Rochester, NY area. However, they are responsible for commuting to the UB campus for in-person graduate classes each semester and seminar days (typically, commuting twice a week in the Fall-1, Spring-1 semesters and minimally in the Summer-2 semester); or for scheduled DI meetings/events that occur throughout the year. Contact Barb Schultz with questions.