Future Education Model (FEM) Graduate Program Update
Application Deadline Extended
The program will continue accepting applications on a rolling basis through the Post-Match period until we fill our first class (to begin May 13, 2019).
The accredited FEM program is the Experiential Track of the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Nutritional Sciences, which is a graduate degree program of the Department of Nutritional Sciences offered via Penn State’s World Campus. This is a 24-month program (39 credit minimum) that integrates online graduate coursework with 3 semesters of in-residence supervised experiential learning at either University Park, PA or Hershey, PA (and surrounding areas). Students can indicate preference for location upon admission. Upon graduation students are eligible to sit for the RDN exam. No verification statement required to apply. GRE scores are required (unless students meet waiver eligibility). Applicants will apply directly through the Penn State Graduate School online application, and interviews will be conducted with eligible applicants.
Open Office Hours
We’ll be holding open office hours during the week of April 8th as below. Please drop in at any of these times if you’d like to discuss the program.
121 Chandlee Lab
125 Chandlee Lab
127 Chandlee Lab
||11:00-1:00 & 2:00-4:00 pm
Virtual Open House
To learn more, please consider attending our next Virtual Open House that will be held on Monday, April 15, 4:00-5:00 pm ET via video conferencing. Complete this RSVP survey to register.
Gina Pazzaglia, PhD, RDN
Associate Teaching Professor
Shawnee Kelly, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND
Assistant Teaching Professor
Denise Lawson, MS, RD
Dietetic Internship Director