Help Others Live Longer, Healthier Lives: Become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in the Graduate Program in Clinical Nutrition.
If you want to become a nutrition expert with the MS RDN credential, explore UB’s accredited graduate degree program in clinical nutrition.
RDNs are equipped to meet the emerging health care needs of patients facing an array of chronic conditions, including obesity, diabetes and hypertension. As a result, the employment of RDNs is projected to grow eight percent by 2029--more than twice as fast as the national average for all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The program has affiliations with over 150 practice sites. You’ll develop the competence to practice in 1:1 settings at organizations in Western New York, including large medical centers such as Buffalo General Medical Center.
You’ll also benefit from UB's commitment to fostering a comprehensive and inclusive learning environment and access to world-class faculty and facilities, interdisciplinary collaboration, experiential learning and creative thinking.
Over the past five years, our graduates have a 100% career placement rate within one year of graduation, and a high pass rate on the RDN entry-level exam. 96% have passed on the first attempt, or within one year of their first attempt.