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Master of Science, Applied (M.Sc.A.) Human Nutrition (Non-Thesis): Dietetics Credentialing (83 credits): The Master of Science Applied Program in Human Nutrition (Dietetics Credentialing) at McGill offers a diverse learning environment that prepares graduates for professional careers as dietitians. Upon completion of this program, a student is eligible to register and practice as a dietitian in Canada and the degree is recognized internationally. This is a limited enrolment program and only candidates with a minimum CGPA of 3.5 will be considered for admission. After a qualifying year to take any undergraduate courses required for registration to practice, students engage in three semesters of graduate level courses in the domains of interpersonal communication, clinical nutrition, and social and biological sciences, with several courses specifically focused on dietetics practice. Courses are also available to suit students’ individual interests and career goals. These courses will equip students with the necessary knowledge and skill set to take part in the three semester dietetics internship component of this program, where they have the opportunity to learn and contribute in multidisciplinary environments, which include clinical nutrition, community nutrition, and foodservice management. The internship component also includes a 6 credit practice-based project and presentation, which will be chosen in consultation with the Program Coordinator.
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1. Two letters of recommendation,
2. Personal Statement
This program is open to students with a B.Sc. in nutrition or an allied health profession, including biochemistry, kinesiology, physiology, or other related field, who would like to become a member of the Ordre professional des diététistes du Québec. This is a limited enrolment program and only candidates with a minimum CGPA of 3.5 will be considered for admission.
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