Bradley’s dietetic internship graduate program is a two-year program that prepares you to pass the registered dietitian exam and enter professional practice.
The master’s program includes 1,200 hours of practicum experience in professional settings plus a full set of courses. Practicum hours are in clinical, community, food service and wellness settings. Like the undergraduate dietetics program, the graduate curriculum focuses on wellness. You are free to choose where you spend a portion of your practicum hours, which enables you to explore a new potential career setting. You also can take a course while studying abroad.
With this background, you’re well-prepared for the registered dietitian exam, which Bradley students pass on the first try more frequently than most other schools. Bradley graduates work for food service company ARAMARK and Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, while others have attended graduate school at the University of Iowa, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and the University of Michigan.
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