Q: What are the prerequisites to enter the Combined MS/DI or Dietetic Internship Program?
Q: What are the prerequisites to enter the Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition or Master of Clinical Dietetics?
Q: I am a student with a bachelor’s degree in another field, how do I find out if I meet the requirements to enter your program?A: Please visit the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for information on the steps required to become a RD or DTR.
Q: I am an international student, what steps do I need to take to apply to the program?
Q: Is there a minimum GPA requirement to enter the program?
Q: What does the "ideal applicant" look like?
Q: What is the Match Program? And how does it work?
Q: Do you require GRE scores for admission to the Dietetic Internship Program?
Q: What are the minimum GRE scores?
Q: What is the cost for the programs?
Q: Will the program pay for my living costs?
Q: Does the program provide housing?
Q: Are dietetic interns at OHSU eligible for financial aid?
Q: What is the OHSU code that I should indicate on my FAFSA Form when applying for financial aid?
Q: Does the program offer scholarships?
Q: Does the program offer stipends?
Q: How do I apply to the Combined MS/DI or Dietetic Internship Program?
Q: Do I need a car?
Q: Where should I live?
A: Students often choose to find housing near their primary placement site, to cut down on travel time during the bulk of their supervised practice rotation hours. We recommend that students keep in mind public transit options when considering housing, to make it easy to travel to campus on class days. This applies even more so to MS/DI students, who will be on campus more during the second year of the program.