Accredited and Grounded

Concordia's Nutrition & Dietetics program is unique not only in that it's accredited as a Didactic Program in Dietetics by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) but the liberal arts are incorporated throughout the curriculum. You'll develop skills in critical thinking and problem solving while you learn hands-on with a class assignment to prepare food for more than 50 people or present a poster at the state dietetics convention. Many nutrition and dietetics students choose to work in Dining Services on campus to learn more about food management.

Get hands on: the Fargo-Moorhead area is full of volunteer opportunities, including hospitals, Meals on Wheels, a food pantry and nursing homes. There are also many networking opportunities with local health professionals.

Programs of Study

Major or Minor in Food/Nutrition/Dietetics

This major will prepare you for a dietetic internship after graduation. Concordia graduates have a very high placement rate for dietetic internships.

Success Stories

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From Nutrition Counseling to Corporate Counsel

A dietetics internship launched a career that would take Katie Lee Rizzo ’95 across the country, to numerous professional fields and, finally, back to Fargo as an attorney for Sanford Health.

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Changing the World One Recipe at a Time

Registered dietitian Serena Ball '96 shares her passion for healthy eating and cooking through her consulting practice, Teaspoon Communications, her blog, Teaspoon of Spice, and writing a column for the Food Network.

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Accreditation

Concordia’s nutrition and dietetics department has been accredited through 2023. This means that after completing your undergraduate degree, you are qualified for a highly competitive dietetic internship.

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Dietetic Student Portfolios | May 2019

Our students' unique experiences are documented in the portfolios they create at the end of their program.