The Healthcare System is Changing Rapidly
Health professions have increased educational standards beyond the bachelor’s degree; in fact, the Commission on Dietetic Registration has increased the requirements to be eligible to take the Registration Exam for Dietitians to the completion of a Master’s Degree beginning in 2024. To remain competitive in the field and obtain the advanced competencies and skills needed in the job market, completion of a Master’s degree is becoming essential.
Why Clinical Nutrition through the University of Wisconsin-Madison?
In achievement and prestige, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has long been recognized as one of America’s great universities. As a UW-Madison student, you will be immersed in the latest discoveries and challenged to think critically. Get ready to be inspired by your instructors, challenged by your classmates, and supported in your desire to learn.
What you can expect pursuing an online Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition through the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Complete the program in four semesters of full-time enrollment or work part-time on your own schedule; if you already have your certificate in clinical nutrition from UW-Madison, you can finish your master’s degree in just two semesters.
- Learn through project-based activities, actual case studies from UW Hospital and other programs, weekly web conferences, and discussion boards
- Develop a research proposal applicable to your interests or your employer’s needs
Your future is waiting, contact us for more information today!
Lynette Karls, MS, RD, CD