The dietetics program through the
School of Health Promotion and Human Development
at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point provides the skills and information you need to become a professionally recognized food and nutrition expert and assist others to make food choices that will help prevent and treat illnesses.
Courses focusing on medical nutrition therapy, nutritional counseling, community programs, sustainable food systems and food-service management will give you a broad base of knowledge and prepare you to become a registered dietitian (RD) or registered diet technician (DTR).
is to provide high-quality learning opportunities to educate nutrition and dietetics professionals for placement in the national market and to assist the UW-Stevens Point community in understanding the role of nutrition in health promotion. We attract and mentor academically capable and responsible students who are committed to becoming competent and contributing members of the nutrition profession. We maintain high-quality, current, research-based learning opportunities in nutrition and dietetics for the UW-Stevens Point community.
The UW-Stevens Point dietetics program has a five-year pass rate of 100 percent on the national RD exam and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND), an affiliate for the professional organization, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.