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EIU Nutrition and Dietetics

DPD Advisement

Academic Advising

The Nutrition and Dietetics Academic Advisor assists students in choosing courses and maps out an academic plan to complete their degrees. Schedule an advising appointment with your advisor through the online appointment scheduling system below:

Advisement scheduler for Rose Myers-Bradley

Curriculum Guides

Download the curriculum guide for the year you began the Undergraduate Dietetics program. If you do not know which year to select, please contact Mrs. Myers-Bradley. You will need to complete an Undergraduate Internship as a program requirement.

* 2021 (pdf)

* 2020 (pdf)

* 2019 (pdf)

* 2018 (pdf)

* 2017 (pdf)-Includes sample 4-year plan

 

Possible Minors for Undergraduate Dietetic Students

Chemistry Minor Requirements: Track I recommended (Total Semester Hours: 21)

Financial Literacy Minor Requirements (Total Semester Hours: 18)

Entrepreneurship Minor Requirements (Total Semester Hours: 18)

Business Administration Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 21)

*Footnote: Students who have the prerequisites may substitute BUS 3710 for BUS 3070. Students may also substitute BUS 3470 for BUS 3100.

Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 22)

Public Health Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 22)

Health Communication Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 21)

Public Relations Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 21)

Sociology Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 18)

Psychology Minor Requirement (Total Semester Hours: 18)

Timeline for Program Completion

  • The sequencing of chemistry and other science classes is critical due to prerequisites for several DPD courses.
  • Elective hours can be used to complete a minor, such as business administration, chemistry, community health, entrepreneurship, health communication, kinesiology, sports and recreation studies, or psychology.
  • For more information about the DPD, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog.

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Contact Information

Bethni S. Gill, MA, RDN, LDN
DPD Coordinator

Eastern Illinois University
1429 - Klehm
217-581-7163
Fax: 217-581-6090
bsgill@eiu.edu


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