- Advanced Public Health Nurse
- Accelerated BSN
- BSN On-campus
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- LPN to BSN
- Nurse Anesthesia
- Nurse Educator
- PhD in Nursing
- Psychiatric and Mental Health
- RN to BSN
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Community Nutrition
- Social Work
- MSW Distance Concentration
- MSW On Campus Concentration
- MSW Distance Foundation
- Service Learning
- Service Learning Overview
- Service Learning FAQ
- Service Learning Portfolio
- Service Learning Time Log
- Student Association of Nutrition and Dietetics (SAND)
- Student Handbook for the Professional Phase of Dietetics
- Multicultural Scholars into Dietetics Program (MSDP)
- Department Scholarships
- N&D Scholarship Application
- N&D Student Awards Online Form
Nutrition & Dietetics
The Department of Nutrition and Dietetics is a student-centered department, whose philosophy is known as FIRST in Focus – Innovation – Respect – Success – Teamwork.
Focus on the contributions to excellence in learning, discovery, and engagement.
Innovation in ideas will contribute to evidence-based best practices in the profession of dietetics and nutrition.
Respect for others will allow service to others to be our highest priority.
Success is reached by empowering all individuals to reach their full leadership potential.
Teamwork fosters partnerships between students, faculty, alumni, and community allies.
This leads to an Exceptional UND experience.
The mission of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics is to prepare entry-level nutrition professionals who improve the quality of health of people through the promotion of healthy food choices and optimal nutrition. We do this through exceptional teaching, research and outreach.
Dietitians and nutritionists make a difference in the lives of people every day. Our students select from one of two majors: dietetics or community nutrition. The dietetics program combines the required classroom learning and supervised practice into a four year plus one summer program. We are only one of about 50 coordinated programs in the entire U.S. Community nutrition majors also combines classroom learning with a shorter supervised experience of 180 hours; graduates are eligible to become licensed in North Dakota . Graduates in both majors practice around the U.S. and the world.
Delve further into our website to learn more about our programs, our students, and the fields of nutrition and dietetics.
Wanda M. Koszewski, PhD, RD, LRD
Associate Professor/Department Chair