—Tuition at CWRU for the 2012 / 13 academic year is $1,546 per credit hour
—The tuition cost for the MS in Public Health Nutrition Dietetic Internship Program is approximately $45,000 - $50,000 for the entire program
›› HOUSING: ~ $3,000 per semester (many students share housing to reduce costs)
›› TRANSPORTATION: ~ $200 per semester
›› PERSONAL EXPENSES: vary
›› ACCIDENT and SICKNESS MEDICAL PLAN:
$775 per semester (this is offered by the University.
For more information, call (216) 368-3050
›› Professional Liability Insurance: $20 per year
—Competitive performance-based scholarships are available through the Department of Nutrition for the second year of study. The University also awards loans based on financial need.
—Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from a university or college that also offers a ACEND-accredited or approved Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD).
—Students who are not currently enrolled in a Didactic Program in Dietetics, or are graduates of a related discipline may however apply for graduate study and meet the required coursework while a graduate student through the CWRU Didactic Program in Dietetics.
—The GRE is not required
—Prospective Students must apply to the School of Graduate Studies.
The application to the School of Graduate Studies may only be submitted electronically.
››› Information on the Graduate Studies Application Procedure
››› You can also APPLY ONLINE through CollegeNET
—All applicants to the M.S. in Public Health Nutrition Dietetic Internship Program must apply through the DICAS central application process and participate in COMPUTER MATCHING.
There are 2 components to the application process:
1) Establish an account with the Dietetic Internship Centralized Application System (DICAS) at http://portal.dicas.org and submit required items, and
2) Register and complete the required steps for computer matching with D & D Digital at www.dnddigital.com.
—Our program usually participates in COMPUTER MATCHING twice a year.
—Application deadlines coincide with D&D Digital Systems
computer matching DEADLINES in February and September of each year.
››› Applicants should request instructions and a ranking card to prioritize their DI preferences.
››› D&D Digital Systems also offers online ranking.
››› Applicants should request this material from any
AND-accredited Didactic Program in Dietetics or from
D&D Digital Systems.
Please contact the Program Director