Our accreditation process ensures a high standard of dietetics education is maintained. If you're developing a new dietetics program, you first need to apply for program qualification before you can apply for accreditation.
Process for program qualification
Program qualification is an opportunity for the university to establish a formal relationship with Dietitians Australia. It helps the university to evaluate if its dietetic education program is ready for accreditation.
'The Process for Qualification of New Dietetics Education Programs' details the process for a university to apply for assessment of a new dietetics education program.
This process is a precursor to the accreditation application process.
Programs with program qualification status
If you have questions about a qualified dietetics program, contact the university directly.
Charles Darwin University
Master of Dietetics (SDIET1)
1 November 2021 until 31 October 2023
University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Nutrition/Master of Dietetics and Food Innovation (3894)
1 August 2022 until 31 July 2026
University of the Sunshine Coast
Master of Dietetics (Sports Nutrition) (MC001)
1 December 2023 to 30 November 2025
Bachelor of Nutritional Science / Master of Dietetics (HCND)
July 2020 until 30 June 2024
Master of Dietetics (HMDT)
1 July 2022 until 30 June 2024
Other accreditation documents
The Process for Qualification should be viewed along with the following documents. These documents will help the university to give evidence their dietetics education program is ready for accreditation.
Details the minimum requirements that Universities need to demonstrate to gain accreditation for their dietetics education program.
Guides universities in submitting evidence they meet our accreditation standards.
Get in touch
If you have questions about accrediting your dietetics course, contact us at email@example.com