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Lisa Stark, MPH, MS, RD, CD
The mission of the Graduate Program in Dietetics is to strengthen the academic background and critical thinking skills of dietitians so that these men and women may excel as practitioners.
As an intern, students earn 18 graduate credits toward the Master of Science in Dietetics degree. Students are encouraged to complete the remaining 21 credits on a part time basis while they are working in the field of dietetics. Students will receive the verification statement at the completion of the DI, not at the end of the Master's Program.
Students who wish to continue their education and pursue the master's program declare an area of concentration and conduct research in that area through a project or a thesis to culminate the degree process. Mount Mary offers concentrations in counseling, management, professional writing and nutrition and fitness.
Find out more about the graduate program in dietetics.