Licensure Statutes and Information by State
This map provides links to boards, statutes and rules, in addition to information about the type of nature of dietetics regulation in each state.
Note for mobile users: To display information for individual states, you may need to tap the state twice.
No Licensure of Practice or Title
Licensure of Title Only or Certification of RDNs
Title Protection Without Formal State Regulation
Notes for Exceptions
- “Licensure (or certification) by endorsement“ — approval based on active CDR registration in good standing
- “Licensure (or certification) by reciprocity” — approval based on approved status in another jurisdiction (usually another state) in good standing
- “Combined endorsement-reciprocity” — both CDR registration and approval in another jurisdiction are required to be approved
- Licensure waivers exempt the professional from licensure requirements, generally for a limited period
- “SSS” (substantially similar state) — a state with substantially similar/equivalent education, experience and exam requirements as the subject state; this stipulation applies in most reciprocity and waiver provisions
- Temporary or provisional licenses generally grant the right to practice without supervision based on completion of education and/or experience requirements (but not the exam) for a limited period, allowing additional opportunities to successfully complete the exam.
Return to map
Download a spreadsheet containing all the information in the map.
Disclaimer: Neither this map nor individual state information constitutes legal advice. This is a preliminary interpretation of language of state statutes and regulations, and cannot substitute for legal counsel.