Nutrition Sciences

Baylor University discloses that  Nutrition Sciences will fulfill state/territory educational requirements for professional licenses.

Some state licensing boards require additional requirements beyond education, which may include (but are not limited to): additional post-graduation examinations or experience, application and licensing fees, criminal background checks, reference checks, fingerprint submissions, etc. Continuing education may also be required for maintenance of certification/licensure. Make sure you understand and review any additional requirements prior to enrolling in Nutrition Sciences Degrees.

State licensing requirements are always subject to change at the discretion of the state licensing board. The University will routinely update this page, but we strongly recommend you inquire with the applicable state board to confirm your eligibility for licensure prior to enrolling in Nutrition Sciences Degrees. For any questions regarding licensure, please contact the state/territory agency directly.

Licensing requirements vary by state/territory and relocating could impact whether you will meet eligibility requirements for licensure. For any questions about relocation eligibility, contact the agency where you desire licensure before relocating to ensure that you will be eligible for licensure or reciprocity.

Carefully review the educational prerequisites for your intended state/territory of licensure and whether our program meets those requirements for licensure. Use the agency contact information provided below to clarify or confirm any requirements.

If questions remain after reviewing the information provided below, contact your program advisor. While the University can provide initial guidance, it is ultimately your responsibility to continually check with the state/territory where you intend to seek licensure to confirm all licensing/certification requirements.

The State Licensing Requirements should indicate if the program curriculum Meets the requirements in these states and US Territories, Does NOT Meet the requirement in these states and US Territories or Undetermined if the program has not yet determined if the curriculum requirements are met for these states and US Territories.

Search Disclosures by State

StatesName and URL of State Licensing Board or DepartmentState Licensing Requirements?
AlabamaAlabama State Board of Examiners for Dietetic/Nutrition PracticeMeets
AlaskaState of Alaska; Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development; Division of Occupational LicensingMeets
ArizonaN/AN/A
ArkansasArkansas Dietetics Licensing BoardMeets
CaliforniaN/AN/A
ColoradoN/AN/A
ConnecticutConnecticut Department of Public Health, Dietitian-Nutritionist CertificationMeets
DelawareDivision of Professional Regulation, Delaware State Board on Dietetics/NutritionMeets
FloridaFlorida Dietetic & Nutrition Practice CouncilMeets
GeorgiaBoard of Examiners of Licensed DietitiansMeets
HawaiiOffice of Health Care AssuranceMeets
IdahoIdaho Board of MedicineMeets
IllinoisDepartment of Financial and Professional RegulationMeets
IndianaIndiana Professional Licensing AgencyMeets
IowaIowa Board of Dietetics; Bureau of Professional LicensureMeets
KansasHealth Occupations CredentialingMeets
KentuckyKentucky Board of Licensure and Certification for Dietitians and NutritionistsMeets
LouisianaLouisiana State Board of Examiners in Dietetics and NutritionMeets
MaineBoard of Licensing of Dietetic Practice; Division of Licensing and RegistrationMeets
MarylandState Board of Dietetic Practice; Department of Health & Mental HygieneMeets
MassachusettsMassachusetts Board of Dietitians and Nutritionists; Division of Professional LicensureMeets
MichiganN/AMeets
MinnesotaBoard of Dietetics and Nutrition PracticeMeets
MississippiMississippi State Department of HealthMeets
MissouriMissouri State Committee of DietitiansMeets
MontanaDCI Board of Medical Examiners; Board of Medical ExaminersMeets
NebraskaBoard of Medical Nutrition TherapyMeets
NevadaNevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health; Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance; Dietitian Licensing UnitMeets
New HampshireOffice of Professional Licensure and CertificationMeets
New JerseyN/AN/A
New MexicoNew Mexico Board of Nutrition & Dietetic Practitioners; Regulation and Licensing DepartmentMeets
New YorkState Board for Dietetics and NutritionMeets
North CarolinaNorth Carolina Department of Public InstructionMeets
North DakotaNorth Dakota Board of Dietetic PracticeMeets
OhioState Medical Board of OhioMeets
OklahomaOklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and SupervisionMeets
OregonBoard of Examiners of Licensed DietitiansMeets
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Department of EducationMeets
Rhode IslandHealth Professions Regulation; Rhode Island Department of HealthMeets
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Panel for DieteticsMeets
South DakotaSouth Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic ExaminersMeets
TennesseeBoard of Dietitian/Nutritionist ExaminersMeets
TexasTexas State Board of Examiners of DietitiansMeets
UtahDivision of Occupational and Professional Licensing; Utah Dietitian Licensing BoardMeets
VermontOffice of Professional RegulationMeets
VirginiaN/AN/A
WashingtonDepartment of Health, HP Section 3Meets
West VirginiaWest Virginia Board of Licensed of DietitiansMeets
WisconsinDepartment of Regulation and Licensing; Dietitians Affiliated Credentialing BoardMeets
WyomingDietetics Licensing BoardMeets
American SamoaN/AN/A
District of ColumbiaHealth Licensing Specialist; Dietetic/Nutrition; The Department of HealthMeets
GuamN/AN/A
Northern Mariana IslandsN/AN/A
Puerto RicoDepartment of Health; Board of Examiners for Nutritionists and DietitiansMeets
US Virgin IslandsN/AN/A

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Last Updated: September 21, 2021 by VL