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Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health

The Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health department at Kansas State University includes graduate and undergraduate programs in the dietetics and nutrition fields. The department’s nationally and internationally recognized faculty are experts in their respective fields. Our students’ average a 97-percent pass rate on the national Registration Examination for Dietitians.

Dietetics Bachelor's Degree

Prepare to become a registered dietitian (RD) with the online dietetics bachelor’s degree. RDs are the only health professionals trained specifically in foods and nutrition. This program combines an interest in food and nutrition with meeting needs of others in wellness, illness and all other stages of the lifecycle.

Nutrition and Health Bachelor's Degree

Gain the skills needed for a career educating others and promoting the benefits of nutrition and healthy behaviors with the nutrition and health bachelor’s degree.

Dietetics Master's Degree

Learn to advance the profession of dietetics by contributing to evidence-based practice and critical research.

Nutrition, Dietetics and Sensory Sciences Master's Degree

Developed to be customizable to a variety of disciplines within the field of nutrition. Select coursework from a variety of areas to suit your career needs.

The broad range of customizable options within this master's track allow for a variety of career options upon completion of the degree. Careers in nutrition often include work with special groups who are at risk for nutrition-related health problems, such as pregnant women, infants and the elderly and include government, academic and industry positions.

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Student Success

Student Success Story

"I decided I was going to, no matter how long it took, pursue the degree and become a dietitian. I have 20 years of world travel, and I have a dietetics degree that means the world to me. It's pretty monumental."

— Kenneth Roberts II '16