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M.S. in Dietetics Program Data

enrollment for MS in Dietetics

*Enrollment data are based upon individual course enrollments. Therefore, a student may have been enrolled in more than one course per session.

 

Table 1: Total Number of Online Students Enrolled in
Accelerated M.S. in Dietetics Program Courses by Session

 

Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Fall 2016 Spring 2017
Session 1 72 48 116 68
Session 2 24 24 34 90
Total 96 72 150 158


 

We compiled data from eCampus queries on the 34 students enrolled in M.S. in Dietetics online courses in the Spring 2017 semester.

  • 94% of students were female.

ethnicity and race dietetics program spring 2017
 

Table 2: Race/Ethnicity demographics for M.S. in Dietetics students – Spring 2017

 

Total Number Percentage
White 28 82%
Asian 1 3%
Hispanic/Latino 1 3%
Black/African American 1 3%
Not Specified 3 9%
Grand Total 34 100%


 

The average age of graduate students in Spring 2017 was 26

Age group distribution MS in dietetics spring 2017

 

Table 3: Number of student age groups Spring 2017

 

Total Number Percentage
22-24 19 55.9%
25-29 11 32.3%
30+ 4 11.8%


 

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