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Program Highlights

Graduates of our ISPP program will be prepared to enter the growing field of nutrition and dietetics and be eligible to take the CDR credentialing exam for registered dietitian nutritionist.

Our ISPP program offers:

Program Mission

Our mission is to provide a broad educational background incorporating the knowledge, and research and practice skills, needed to prepare students for supervised practice leading to eligibility for the CDR credentialing exam to become competent entry-level registered dietitian nutritionists who apply research skills and evidence-based practice to serve the public and promote health and prevent disease.

Program Goals and Objectives

Goal 1

Through completion of the ISPP, graduates will be prepared for advanced graduate study and to work in the field of dietetics.


Goal 2

To prepare ISPP program graduates to become competent entry-level RDNs servicing the needs of the public in promoting health and preventing disease.


Program outcome data is available on request by contacting; please state OUTCOMES DATA in the subject line.

Program Concentration: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

The specific competencies students will develop are integrated throughout the program. These include the ability to:

Dietetics - ISPP

Pinkin Panchal headshot.

Pinkin Panchal, MS, RDN
Director, Dietetics Supervised Practice
Davison Hall, Room 210

Sarah Curran headshot.

Sarah Curran, MHS, RD
ISPP Program Faculty