The dietetics program at Missouri State provides two plans for transfer students to follow. Both require the student to complete the Missouri State University General Education requirements, which can be done by earning an associate's degree or completing a 43-hour block. If you do not meet the necessary requirements for the two transfer plans, you can work with an advisor to create a plan of study based on the courses that you have completed. Sample schedules do not take the place of a consultation with your advisor or an advisor from the dietetics program.
The sample schedule below is for the transfer student who has an associate’s degree or a completed general education block at another university and has completed BMS 240 Intro to Nutrition, CHM 200 Organic Chemistry ECO 155,SOC 150,AGR 100, PSY 121 and BIO 210 Microbiology with a C grade or better.
A list of course offerings is listed on the course rotation page.