The following are dietetic programs and internships in the state of Texas.

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Coordinated Programs

Programs are typically 2 years in length and combine the major course work for a degree in nutrition and/or dietetics with the supervised practice hours for eligibility to become a registered dietitian upon graduation. No additional internship is needed.


Didactic Programs

Bachelor Degree – typical 4 years in length leading to the completion of a degree in nutrition and/or dietetics. An additional internship is needed after graduation for eligibility for becoming a registered dietitian.


Dietetic Internships

Full time Non-Degree– typically 6-10 months in length, consisting of the supervised practice hours required for becoming a registered dietitian. Must have completed an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) approved degree program for eligibility.

Full Time Degree – Typically 6-10 months in length, consisting of the supervised practice hours required for becoming a registered dietitian. Must have completed an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) approved degree program for eligibility. Offered in conjunction with graduate degree course work.


Dietetic Technician Programs

Approximately 2 years in length leading to an associates of science degree.


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