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New!Earn Your M.S. in Advanced Nutrition Practice in 1 Year, Online

Classes start in January 2021!

Beginning in 2024, the Commission of Dietetics Registration (CDR) will require a minimum of a master's degree (in addition to experiential hours) to be eligible to take the credentialing exam to become a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). At Seton Hill, you can earn the degree you need to move forward online, while gaining advanced nutrition knowledge in diverse areas.

Already an RD/RDN?Online Program 

Seton Hill's M.S. in Advanced Nutrition Practice will expand your knowledge and prepare you to advance in the field of nutrition and dietetics.

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Why Choose Seton Hill’s M.S. In Advanced Nutrition Practice?

Seton Hill's M.S. in Advanced Nutrition Practice will prepare you to make an impact in various settings, including healthcare, management and education.

Tuition Discount ProgramCompetitive Cost + Aid

Our low tuition cost makes it easier to enjoy your learning experience as you prepare for a meaningful career. Plus, we offer graduate program aid

Earn Your Master’s in One Year...

Seton Hill’s 32-credit program can be completed in one year full-time. 

...Or Take Your Time

You can also choose to earn your degree as a part-time student, if that suits your schedule better.

6 Start Times a Year 

Earn A Degree in 1 Year

Start your degree whenever is convenient for you. 

Personalize Your Degree

15 elective credits give you the freedom to create a learning experience that supports your interests and career goals.

A Community of Students & Faculty Dedicated to the Health Sciences

Seton Hill is nationally recognized for the strength of its natural and health sciences programs. Here, you will become part of a supportive community that fosters interprofessional collaboration among healthcare providers. 

Strong Career Opportunities

Seton Hill has a 99% career placement rate for graduate programs while the national average is 89%

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunities for dietitians and nutritionists will grow much faster than the average through 2029. The median annual salary for dietitians and nutritionists was more than $61,000 in 2019. The Seton Hill M.S. in Advanced Nutrition Practice prepares students for a variety of careers within the dietetics and nutrition field. As a Seton Hill student, you also have access to all of the resources of our award-winning Career and Professional Development Center. (You can access the Center after you graduate as well.)

Expert Faculty

Seton Hill Nutrition and Dietetics Program faculty are equipped with a wide array of certifications and skill sets, and include:

  • Licensed dietitian-nutritionists

  • Registered dietitians

  • Certified diabetes educators

  • Certified specialists in sports dietetics 


Admission RequirementsNo GMAT or GRE Required

To apply to the M.S. in Advanced Nutrition Practice, you must:

  • Complete the graduate study application form. (Apply online now for free!)

  • Have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

  • Be a graduate of an ACEND-accredited dietetics program and/or a credentialed RD/RDN.

  • Provide official transcripts for undergraduate and any graduate or postbaccalaureate coursework.

  • Submit a current resume.

  • Provide a personal statement explaining how the Seton Hill graduate program can help you accomplish your professional goals.

  • Have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0.

  • Provide 2 letters of recommendation written by appropriate professionals.Apply Now

Ready to apply? Apply online now for free!

To learn more about this program, register for an online information session: Nov 30

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