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K-State Global Campus
1615 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66502

785-532-5575
1-800-622-2578 (toll free)
global@k-state.edu

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST

Extended Student Services Hours:

Thursday
8 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST

Karla Girard
Dietetics Distance Program Coordinator
785-532-5664
dtonline@k-state.edu

Application Process for Dietetics Bachelor’s Degree

1. Review Admission Requirements

To qualify for admission as a pre-Dietetics student, the following requirements must be met: 

  • Students with fewer than 24 completed college credit hours must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 and meet the Kansas State University Office of Admissions requirements for new freshman.
  • Students with 24 or more completed college credit hours must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
  • At this time, K-State does not offer the following courses online:  BIOL 198 Principles of Biology, BIOL 341 Human Body I, and BIOL 342 Human Body II.  Students who have the opportunity to enroll in the equivalent of these classes prior to applying for admission will have an advantage in meeting the pre-requisite requirements for some courses.  Students applying for admission without these courses will be assisted by an academic advisor in locating the equivalents offered online at other institutions.


View K-State’s transfer equivalency guide to see how previously completed courses will transfer.

Current Master's Students or Students with a Master's Degree

If you have already completed a master's degree or are currently pursuing a master's program and would like information about the option of pursuing a didactic program in dietetics verification statement without completing the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, please email dtonline@k-state.edu.


2. Review Application Requirements
 

Priority Application Deadlines

  • Fall semester (begins in late August): June 1
  • Spring semester (begins in late January): November 1
  • Summer semester (begins in late May): April 1

Applications will be accepted according to the standard application deadline dates listed below.  Priority will be given to students applying by the priority deadline dates listed above. 

Application Deadlines

  • Fall semester (begins in late August): August 1
  • Spring semester (begins in late January): January 1
  • Summer semester (begins in late May): May 1

The application, application fee and additional required documentation must be received by the application deadline. It takes 4-6 weeks for an application to be processed once all materials have been received.

Application Fee

  • U.S. Applicants: $40
  • International Applicants: $80

Returning K-State Students

Students who have not enrolled at K-State for at least one semester (excludes summer) must reapply. Students will not have to pay the application fee again or resend official required documentation unless additional college coursework has been completed since last enrolled at K-State.

3. Apply

Apply

4. Send Additional Documentation 

Students are required to submit official college transcripts from each institution attended. A high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores are not required for this program. 

Request official documents be mailed, faxed or sent via electronic transcript provider to:

Office of Admissions
Kansas State University
119 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0102
Fax: 785-532-6393

Electronic transcript provider: k-state@k-state.edu

Proof of English Proficiency

Students whose primary language is not English must submit proof of English proficiency during the application process by providing any one of the following official minimum test scores:

Test

Minimum Required Score

Overall score of 79

Overall score of 6.5

Grade of A

Grade of C

English score of 21

Critical Reading score of 530 or Reading score of 29 (on tests taken after March 2016)

Overall score of 53

Pre-1 score


Exception:
students who have completed four years in a U.S. high school with grades of C or better in all college preparatory English courses or who have earned 24 credit hours from a regionally accredited U.S. institution with grades of C or better in English Composition I and II are not required to take any of the above English language proficiency exams.


Note:
student-issued or personal copies of transcripts or test scores are not considered official records and will not be accepted.

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