The Bachelor of Science in dietetics provides individuals the didactic requirements needed to complete a dietetic internship and then be eligible to take the registered dietitian (RD) exam. The programs aims to guide the future of dietetics in Alaska by preparing students for supervised practice. To be successful in their field, registered dietitian's need a strong science foundation along with courses in management, clinical and community nutrition, food science, communication, counseling, therapeutic nutrition and nutrition for the lifespan.

Session Overview

Information sessions cover the Bachelor of Science in dietetics' admission requirements and application process as well as any questions. Attendance is important so that students are able to submit a complete application that meets the required guidelines.

The current DPD application and related forms can be found on our website. Please review the current DPD application and related forms prior to the meeting so you are prepared to clarify any questions you may have.

If you are planning to pursue the dietetics degree and have not met with an advisor yet, it is essential that you do so. There are very specific program requirements that we need to review with you. Contact the program at 907.786.1276 or via email.

Read the general dietetics information handout.

2013/2014 Schedule

All sessions are held in Lucy Cuddy Hall, Room 119 (by the CA/HRM Bakery)

  • March 7, 11 a.m. - noon
  • April 4, 11 a.m. - noon

Sessions are also available via teleconference. Teleconference participants should contact the program prior to their selected session to acquire materials.

  • Participation number - 1.800.893.8850
  • PIN - 6289828