Making the case for advanced degrees for RDs

02/28/2013 | Today's Dietitian online

A master's degree in public health prepares dietitians for careers in nutrition and in public and private programs, schools, agencies and health care facilities, a pair of registered dietitians from West Chester University write. An Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics report last year recommended requiring future new RDs to have a graduate degree, master's degree or practice doctorate.

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