Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health
Health Science Campus
2160 S. First Street
Maywood, IL 60153
Master of Science in Dietetics
Loyola University Chicago’s Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health offers a unique opportunity to complete a Master of Science in Dietetics in conjunction with the Loyola University Chicago Dietetic Internship, or after completion of a dietetic internship. The MS in Dietetics prepares professional dietitians who are capable of assuming leadership roles, or who wish to expand career options. The health care administration focus of the program will help prepare you to design and implement systems that produce desired health outcomes. Learning within the context of a Jesuit, Catholic university will enhance your knowledge and skills in ethical decision-making, social justice, and advocacy for underserved populations.
Most courses for the Master of Science in Dietetics are offered online or are provided in a hybrid format.
The degree can also be completed as part of Loyola’s Dietetic Internship.
Expectations After Graduation
Upon graduation, you will be capable of assuming leadership roles in health care organizations. You will have developed your skill set in transforming clinical practice information into improvements in quality and cost-effective care using modern technology, evidence-based practice, and outcomes management.
Our faculty and clinical preceptors are experts in their fields and hold national certifications in their areas of specialization. They have a wide variety of clinical and research interests, and are well respected in their areas of professional specialty.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999