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Dietetic Internship Program Costs and Financial Aid


Program costs are available for in and out of state tuition for the two year program.

Dietetic interns may obtain a graduate assistantship or traineeship during the time they are completing their MS graduate degree. Assistantships in teaching or research average 10 hours per week. They provide tuition, a stipend, and valuable work experience. The DI experience is full-time. Assistantships are unlikely during the 30 week internship. However, some students have remained on a research assistantship during the DI, working 10 hours in the evening or weekends. Public Health Nutrition Traineeships provide tuition and a stipend for four semesters.

The Department of Nutrition application provides a section to complete if interested in a department assistantship.  Priority is given to PhD students and MS students completing a thesis.