Potential Career Outcomes
Clinical nutrition, health education, foodservice, nutrition education, pharmaceuticals, health administration, health insurance, sports nutrition, corporate wellness, food - and nutrition-related business and industries, private practice, research, community and public health settings.
Graduates will be skilled to work as a nutrition educator, nutrition/wellness coach, weight loss counselor, and a health program coordinator in settings such as: fitness/wellness industry, private practice, healthcare, government agencies, public relations, and community health organizations.
Community nutritionist, nutrition and health policy, nutrition research, public health agencies (WIC, USDA, NIH, etc.), non-government agencies, worksite wellness, and more.
Allows students to take the National Registration Examination for Dietitians to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). Allows students to work in a wide variety of professional food and nutrition settings including clinical nutrition, foodservice management, community nutrition and health, outpatient, private practice, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness.