Master of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition

The M.S. in Dietetics and Nutrition prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to build a healthier society. The field of dietetics is dynamic and continuously evolving as more research is conducted on the relationships between food, nutrition, human health and disease. At FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, the programs integrate dietetics and advanced nutrition science with research to prepare students for abundant careers in health care, wellness and food/food service industries.

Located in the heart of Miami, the Dietetics and Nutrition program at Stempel College has been ranked fifth for overall best program and ninth for best value in the 2020 rankings by College Factual. The program features a Dietetic Internship that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).

By promoting healthier lifestyles through better nutrition across diverse populations, Stempel graduates are prepared to face tomorrow’s health and nutrition challenges today!

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Student Centered Learning

Dietetics and Nutrition students at Stempel College have the opportunity to work directly in labs, allowing for direct theory-practice connections.

Dietetic Internship

Master’s students have the option to apply directly into the Dietetic Internship

RDN Prep

Options and support from dedicated faculty prepare students to become Registered Dietitians 

Hands on learning

State-of-the-art facilities and food labs are outfitted to give students hands-on experience in one-on-one nutrition counseling and food production

Endless Opportunities

A degree in dietetics and nutrition will open the door to endless opportunities.

Florida is


of the top five states in the country with the highest employment levels in the field.

The employment growth is projected at


between 2014-2020. This is significantly higher than the average 7% increase projected in other fields.



of 100 Best Jobs by U.S. News and World Report.