• MS courses and the supervised practice are integrated as a seamless 2 year program
  • The program offers a concentration in Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • The program offers training utilizing AU’s high-fidelity simulation center and in rotations comprised of the unique variety of medical and healthcare facilities in the Augusta area


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Nicole Moore, MS, RDN-AP, LD
Interim Program Director




The Master of Science in Allied Health with a Concentration in Nutrition is an accredited MS-dietetic internship (DI) program. The program provides knowledge and skills in human nutrition, clinical nutrition/dietetics and a research directed capstone project. The program supports the development of professional competencies within the field of nutrition and dietetics. Career options include Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), Public Health Nutritionist and nutrition researcher.  At the successful completion of the program students will receive a verification statement and will be eligible to sit for the registration exam to be credential as a RDN.



Nicole Moore  Program Director

"Our goal is to develop competent, confident, ethnic and culturally sensitive entry level dietitian/ nutrition practitioners by proving applied professional experiences to augment the students’ theoretical knowledge and prepare them to pursue lifelong learning, research and community service to the profession of nutrition and dietetics." 

 Nicole Moore MS, RDN-AP, LD

Student Profile

Rebecca Reese

"The most rewarding moment in the program was when I successfully calculated my first nutrition support calculation and saw my suggestion in the plan of care for my patient! To see applied learning from my master-level classes in a clinical setting was a gratifying feeling and experience!" 

 Rebecca Alice Reese >>

Program News

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Dietetic internship program donates organic produce to student food pantry

Augusta University’s student food pantry, the Open Paws Pantry, has partnered with graduate nutrition students to provide fresh, organic produce to AU students free of charge. 

Read the Jagwire story >>