The Nutritional Sciences program prepares students to work in a wide range of settings in the public and private sectors and assume an array of challenging responsibilities in health care and wellness. Career opportunities for a registered/licensed dietitian include: health care dietitian and administrator, nutrition or food science researcher, fitness/wellness consultant, public health nutritionist, entrepreneur in dietetic programs and services, and corporate dietitian /nutritionist.
The allied health option is for students who are interested in nutrition and desire to pursue professional healthcare occupations, but do not plan to become physicians, dentists, optometrists, pharmacists, or registered dietitians. The allied health option provides course work that is required for most nursing schools, physician assistant’s programs, schools of physical and occupational therapy and other health professions.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Integrate biological, social and/or nutritional sciences to promote healthy nutritional practices.
- Identify the cultural, psychological, ecological, and/or socio-economic factors surrounding availability and consumption of food.
- Apply mathematical calculation to the computation of basic nutrition formulas.
- Apply physical (chemistry) and biological sciences to body functions.
- Describe the role nutrition plays in health and disease.
- Evaluate a subject’s wellness profile.
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View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on how this degree transfers to other colleges and universities on the Nutritional Sciences, Allied Health Option Degree Map.