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Graduate Pathway in Nutrition and Dietetics

INTO Saint Louis University, United States

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Next enrollment cycle

August 2022

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Total Course Fee

USD 34,800

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  • 1 Years
  • On Campus
  • Postgraduate
  • Pathway Programme
Graduate Pathway program offering the academic foundation, essential language skills and GMAT/GRE test preparation to successfully move on to master’s degrees.
An INTO SLU Graduate Pathway program in Nutrition and Dietetics will prepare students to enter their next semester of a master’s degree program at Saint Louis University.

Why Saint Louis University?

  • Potential careers include Clinical dietitian, Research dietitian, Sports dietitian, Community dietitian, Consultant, Chef/certified culinarian, Food technologist, Food journalist, Nutrition educator/counselor, Food and nutrition entrepreneur, Food service manager, Food scientist or Registered dietitian.
  • The program will prepare you to be a competent, compassionate dietetic professional.
  • Students can choose from one- or two-semester Pathway programs.
  • Students are fully admitted to SLU provided successful completion of conditional admission criteria at the end of the Pathway and submission of all required admission credentials.
  • Students can choose from concentrations in: Medical Nutrition Therapy, Nutrition & Physical Performance and Culinary Entrepreneurship.
  • A Pathway program provides academic, language and cultural support in order to succeed at a US university.
  • Students are guaranteed progression to an undergraduate degree program through a curriculum consisting of credit-earning courses.
  • Students will benefit from fully integrated classes with both domestic and other international students on campus while learning from highly trained university instructors and tutors.

Accelerated

  • Start dates January, August
  • Program length 1 Semester

Standard

  • Start dates January, August
  • Program length 2 Semesters

Enrollment Cycles

  • August 2022
  • September 2022
  • January 2023

Accelerated
Age requirement

  • 16

Academic requirements

  • Undergraduate degree in Nutrition or Dietetics or equivalent. 2.75 GPA on a 4.0 scale. 3 letters of recommendation. Professional goal statement. Current resume.

English language entry requirements

  • 1 Semester: TOEFL 75 (17 subscores in reading and writing), IELTS 6.0 (6.0 subscores in reading and writing), PTEA 50, IELA 171 (169 subscores in reading and writing), or Duolingo 120

Standard
Age requirement

  • 16

Academic requirements

  • Undergraduate degree in Nutrition or Dietetics or equivalent. 2.75 GPA on a 4.0 scale. 3 letters of recommendation. Professional goal statement. Current resume.

English language entry requirements

  • 2 Semesters: TOEFL 70 (13 subscores in reading and writing), IELTS 6.0 (5.5 subscores in reading and writing), PTEA 48, IELA 169 (162 subscores in reading and writing), Duolingo 95, or Completion of Academic English Level 5
  • 34 credit hour program
  • 9 credit hours apply from Pathway
  • 25 credit hours remaining toward degree

Semester 1

  • EAP 4100 Graduate Reading & Writing as Researchers 3 Credits
  • EAP 4150 Listening & Speaking for International Graduate Students I 2 Credits
  • EAP 4700 Test Preparation for International Graduate Students 1 Credits
  • DIET XXXX Foundation Course 3 Credits
  • Total 9 Credits

Semester 2

  • EAP 4200 Advanced Reading & Writing as Researchers 3 Credits
  • EAP 4250 Listening & Speaking for International Graduate Students II 2 Credits
  • DIET XXXX Foundation Course 3 Credits
  • DIET XXXX Foundation Course 3 Credits
  • Total 11 Credits

Notes * These courses are generally delivered through the INTO Center and are for Pathway students only.

  • Missing prerequisites may add additional semester(s) to your time to degree. Prerequisites for all concentrations: Biochemistry, Basic Nutrition, Advanced Nutrition, Medical Nutrition Therapy I and II, and Inferential Statistics or equivalent. Prerequisites for the Nutrition and Physical Performance concentration: General
  • Chemistry I and II, Organic Chemistry I, Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Foundations in Community Nutrition or equivalent, and Nutrition in the Lifecycle. Prerequisites for the Culinary Entrepreneurship concentration: Human Physiology and General Management. Prerequisites for the Medical Nutrition concentration:
  • Nutrition in the Lifecycle, Foundations in Community Nutrition or equivalent, and General Management.
  • Course syllabi may be required during application review to determine course equivalencies
  • Accelerated 
  • Tuition Fees: $20010 
  • Standard 
  • Tuition Fees: $34800

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