In addition to the preferences for admission to our graduate programs, MS/DI applicants must have completed the required dietetics coursework from an ACEND-accredited Didactic Program before entering our MS/DI program (mandatory requirement)
If you do not meet our admission criteria, then consider applying to our undergraduate program or enroll as a post-Baccalaureate student (contact: Dr. Rob Pazdro, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.admissions.uga.edu/).
Complete these materials for the UGA Graduate School by December 10 at 5PM EST
Your completed Departmental application form must be submitted by December 10 at 5 PM EST
The on-line application must be completed for our program by 11:59 p.m. EST on February 15, 2018.
Even though you have been asked to request three (3) references for the UGA Graduate School application, you will need to request three (3) references again for your DICAS application. UGA prefers a minimum of two (2) academic references.
When using DICAS, you will be asked to complete a personal statement. Your personal statement in DICAS for the University of Georgia can be the same (but does not have to be) as your Statement of Purpose on our Foods and Nutrition Departmental Application.
Even though you are required to submit your transcripts to the University of Georgia Graduate School, you will also need to submit them to DICAS. Please refer to the DICAS website for submission directions.
Register online for computer matching at www.dnddigital.com and select dietetic internship priority choices by 11:59 p.m. Central Time on February 15, 2018.
You will be asked to provide a ranking of dietetic internship programs for which you wish to apply (see your DPD program director for more information). We only participate in the Spring match each year. There is a $55 computer matching fee.