Bradley’s Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics is a two-year program that prepares you to pass the registered dietitian exam and enter professional practice.
The master’s program includes 1,200 hours of practicum experience in professional settings plus a full set of courses that focus on wellness. Practicum hours are in clinical, community, food service and wellness settings. You are free to choose where you spend a portion of your practicum hours, which enables you to explore a new potential career setting. You also can take a course while studying abroad.
With this background, you’re well-prepared for the registered dietitian exam, which all Bradley students have passed.
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