Meredith College


Make your community healthy and strong.


Make your community healthy and strong.

Angela Clontz, ’04, M.S. in Nutrition
Ph.D. Student, Chapel Hill

I'm ready to pursue my nutrition career.

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100% of M.S. graduates matched to dietetic internships for 7 years straight
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GRE waiver available for prospective students meeting specific criteria
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Coeducational program open to all
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Competitive pricing and individualized advising

Program Highlights

  • Professional development and research opportunities
  • Full-time and part-time options, with accelerated 1-year option
  • Dietetics concentration and Dietetic Internship programs are accredited by Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND)
  • Facilities include an organic garden, a state-of-the-art food lab, and a high-fidelity patient simulator.

“By challenging me and providing guidance and support to help me grow, Meredith gave me the tools to know that I can be successful in the profession and overcome any challenges I face.”

Three M.S. in Nutrition Options

Accelerated Dietitian Nutritionist Track (MS-ADNT)
An ACEND-accredited program designed for students holding an undergraduate degree in any field of study who have completed the required prerequisite coursework to enter the program. This track combines the didactic coursework with supervised experiential learning hours into one program.

Accelerated Community Track (ACT)
Designed to be completed in a one-year time frame with a summer start. Students have the option to complete the program fully on-line and on a full or part-time basis. Coursework providing the foundation of the science of nutrition, while emphasizing both theoretical concepts and practical application.

MS-Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) Track
Designed for students holding an undergraduate degree in a science-related field with a dream of becoming a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN).

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