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 the program’s accreditation term ends. View accreditation status definitions.
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.
Below is a search engine designed to locate accredited programs by state and options available. To the right are check boxes to help narrow the selection.
"Only Programs Offering Distance Education" are for programs where coursework can be completed entirely online.
"Only Programs with Course Credit Transfer Agreements" applies to students who have completed a Dietetic Tech program and have credits to transfer into a Coordinated Program.
"Only Programs that Result in a Graduate Degree" are for students who are interested in receiving a Masters or doctoral degree upon program completion.