Dietetic Technician Programs

Listed below are the Dietetic Technician Programs (DT). After each program's address is the accreditation status granted by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) and the date of the next program review. The accreditation status definitions are as follows:

  • Candidacy for Accreditation—program not previously accredited that has had one site visit and is being implemented according to the ACEND Accreditation Standards.
  • Accredited—program that has had at least one site visit and is in compliance with the Accreditation Standards.
  • Probationary Accreditation—program fails to comply with the Accreditation Standards or published policies.
  • Accreditation Withdrawn—program fails to comply with the Accreditation Standards or published policies within a specified time period.

The DT program must provide required DT coursework and at least 450 hours of supervised practice within an academic program leading to an associate degree.

Graduates of ACEND-accredited programs are eligible to write the CDR registration examination for dietetic technicians.

For information on a specific program, write directly to the program director.