To graduate from the entire program, the student must demonstrate compliance in all areas as delineated in the current Individual Student
Assessment Plan (ISAP).This plan is updated annually by the faculty of the Graduate Program in Nutrition and AMEDD Center and School. Among other topics the ISAP plan outlines student and faculty members' obligations, academic standards, grade calculations, counseling, probation, and student recognition policies. A copy of the current ISAP is available upon request. Please click on link to request a copy.
Beyond the academic requirements, students must successfully meet service-specific physical fitness standards, and the standards of conduct for each service. Current policies are available from the service specific healthcare recruiter.
Upon successful completion of the Graduate Program in Nutrition (both phase 1 and phase 2), graduates will be awarded a Master of Science Degree from Baylor University and will be elibible to take the Registration Examination for Dietitians.