B.S. Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Management

Overview

The Nutrition program offers a diverse mixture of courses that may lead to an entry-level position in the area of dietetics. This program is accredited by The American Dietetic Association and meets academic requirements toward becoming a Registered Dietitian. Completion of the program allows the graduate to enter a dietetic internship and/or enter a graduate program. View a list of scholarships for this department.

Four Year Plan

The Nutrition Four Year Plan will give you an idea of what your coursework might look like over four years.

Degree Sheet

To see the classes that make up the Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Management curriculum check out the degree sheet!

Career Opportunities

Not sure what to do with a degree in Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Management? Check out our career guide!

Explore Your Interests

Take advantage of these opportunities in the Metro which may spark your interest and even boost your resume.


Change Your Major

Either complete a “Request to Change Major/Minor Form” OR meet with your advisor and he/she will change your major.