Annual tuition costs for the nutrition and dietetics program vary, based on students’ residential status and course load.
If you are accepted into the nutrition and dietetics graduate program at Ball State, you’ll be eligible for any applicable financial aid. You’ll also have the opportunity to apply for a graduate assistantship within the Department of Consumer and Family Sciences, which is a great way to get hands-on experience while saving money on tuition and earning extra income.
Ball State offers excellent value to our students, but we also know that many students will benefit from financial aid. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid offers students an array of opportunities for financial support so they can achieve their dreams of completing a graduate degree and becoming a registered dietitian nutritionist.
Students pursuing a master's degree in nutrition and dietetics are invited to apply for a graduate assistantship. Assistantships, which require about 20 hours of work in the department per week, reward students with a stipend and a tuition remission for each academic year. The following assistantships are available in the food and nutrition areas:
If you’re interested in applying for a graduate assistantship, download the Consumer and Family Sciences Graduate Assistantship Application (PDF) today. The deadline to apply is March 1.
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