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2018/2019 Program Costs for the 4-year Nutritional Sciences, Dietetics Option degree

Tuition per Fall/Spring semester: $18,828 (in-resident); $33,820 (non-resident)
Fees per Fall/Spring semester: $519
Tuition and Fees Summer NUTR 495: Advanced Field Experience course*: $2,561 (in-resident); $4,670 (non-resident)
Mandatory lab fees associated with some classes in the curriculum: $130

Total program costs: $78,522 (in-resident); $140,599

*Students are required to take Advanced Field Experience in Nutrition (NUTR 495; 3 credits) in the summer between their Junior (6th semester) and Senior year (7th semester) and complete a minimum of 300 hours of work in a Dietetics and/or Nutrition-related field. Students are expected to set up their own experiences. Students will be taught the skills needed to locate and find their experience in NUTR 391, a course they will enroll in during the spring of their Junior year. The student will pay the summer and tuition and fees outlined by the university tuition and fee schedule.

Additional Costs:

  • Books, materials and supplies: Required books, dietary analysis software, and printing fees for course materials are estimated to be approximately $600 to $1,000 per semester.
  • Student organization fees: Dues to join the Student Nutrition Association are $5 per semester
  • Liability insurance: $25-$50; this may be required for some of the sites used during the NUTR 495 advanced field experience.
  • Personal health insurance: Variable
  • Immunizations: $50.00 - $100.00