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RD/RDN Training Program

Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics


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GCPD Mission & Goals

The dietetic program is an integral part of the Nutritional Sciences Program and is administered through the School of Public Health.

GCPD Mission

The mission of the Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics is to develop competent professionals with a strong foundation in the applied science of nutrition and provide training to integrate research into practice, support leadership development and enable graduates to assume careers in dietetics.

GCPD Goals

Goal 1: Program Outcomes

  • Provide an evidence-based curriculum and supervised practice to develop competent dietetic professionals

Goal 2: Research and Technology

  • Integrate research related to nutrition as an applied science into the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in both coursework and experiences in a variety of practice seetings. Integrate informatics and technology into the didactic courses and practice experiences

Goal 3: Leadership

  • Prepare students in the GCPD to assume roles in leadership and policy development

Program Outcomes and Learning Objectives


Updated March 18, 2015

For questions about the GCPD, please contact:

University of Washington
Nutritional Sciences Program
305 Raitt Hall, Box 353410
Seattle, WA 98195

Program Brochure



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