In order to be eligible to apply to the ACEND accredited Coordinated Master's Program, students must have completed a bachelor's degree (in any discipline) and completed all the required prerequisites.
HOW TO APPLY
The CMP program begins Fall semester and the application deadline for matriculation is February 15th 11:59 pm. Submit your application online using ApplyYourself portal. If you are interested in receiving financial support, your final step in the application process will be to complete and send the Scholarship Application to email@example.com by February 15th 11:59 pm, to be considered to receive a scholarship. The selection committee meets in March with notification of acceptance/non-acceptance issued by April 5th.
ApplyYourself Step-by-Step Guide
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS THAT MUST BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR APPLICATION:
- Curriculum Vitae or Resume
- Statement of Purpose: Please include a 500 word statement describing your motivation for becoming a registered dietitian. Include relevant experience, autobiographical information related to past growth or future potential, and a supporting statement of how the degree will help you achieve your professional goals.
- Three academic recommendation letters directly submitted through ApplyYourself [NOTE: Submitting recommendations using the online system is strongly preferred. If referees are unable to submit online, use the Recommendation Form under Downloadable Forms in ApplyYourself].
- Comment section: In the comment section, list prerequisite courses completed prior to the beginning of the program and the area you wish to study (e.g., Nutrition Research and Education, Sports Nutrition etc.)
- Test of Spoken English (TSE): students whose native language is not English are required to submit TSE scores.
- Transcripts: A copy from each Institution attended, must be uploaded in the "Post Submission" section of ApplyYourself portal. Unofficial transcripts are accepted in the "Post Submission" section. All official transcripts are sent to and processed by the Admission Office:
Admission Office (801) 581-8761 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Utah Admissions Office, 201 S. 1460 E. RM 250-S, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9057
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) (School code: 4853 Dept code: 0214) taken within the past five years. A GRE score at the fiftieth-percentile or greater is recommended.
Students may submit published writings in the Post Submission section of the application in ApplyYourself. If you choose to complete this optional item, please notify the department via email at email@example.com after you have uploaded the document(s).
The Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology at the University of Utah awards scholarships on a competitive basis. Applicants who are interested in financial support, must complete the scholarship application below by February 15th 11:59 PM.
Please note, this application only needs to be completed once to be considered for all scholarships.
ADDITIONAL GRADUATE ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
For additional information about the graduate application process, visit the the University of Utah Graduate School website.