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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the Dietetics and Integrative Medicine Graduate Certificate? We've compiled some of the questions we regularly hear from applicants.

Will I have to attend classes on campus?

This 12-hour program is entirely online. Visit our curriculum page for more information. 

How much does the Dietetics & Integrative Medicine Graduate Certificate cost?

Tuition rates are set by the Kansas Board of Regents and change annually. Visit our tuition and aid page for information about costs and opportunities for financial aid. 

Is financial aid available?

Yes. Financial aid is available for degree-seeking students, and information can be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office

What is a graduate certificate?

A graduate certificate is a focused collection of courses that, when completed, affords students some record of coherent academic accomplishment in a given discipline or set of related disciplines. KU's certificate in dietetic and integrative medicine is a practice-oriented advanced specialty program for licensed health care professionals or graduate students within the health professions. It does not provide eligibility for professional licensing for employment. Students enter this program having already obtained credentialing for health care practice.

School of Health Professions

Dietetics and Nutrition
KU Medical Center
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Mailstop 4013
Kansas City, KS 66160
913-588-5355 • 711 TTY