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Nutrition (B.S.)

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Earn your Bachelor of Science in

Nutrition

Our Bachelor of Science in Nutrition prepares graduates to work as nutrition educators and counselors to serve in hospitals, workplaces, community and school-based wellness and fitness programs. This is a stand-alone degree program. However, students can apply for admission into a dietetics concentration in their second year to prepare them to pursue the Master of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics to become Registered Dietitians.
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Amanda Marcks

Assistant Director of Admissions

SMS: (856) 347-3274

(856) 256-4232

Recommended For:

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WHO ARE INTERESTED IN CAREERS AS:

  • Nutritionist
  • Dietitian
  • Health Coach
  • Nutrition Educator
Dietetics and Health

Finding a Purpose Through Community Impact

Nutrition offers two specializations: Exercise Science and Dietetics. Exercise Science prepares you to work as a nutrition educator, counselor and exercise specialist and can serve clients in hospital, work site, community and school-based wellness and fitness programs, while Dietetics springboards you into the Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Beyond the Classroom

Keyanna's Community-Based Research

Meet Keyanna, a senior Nutrition major and transfer student. She is part of the Minority Association of Premedical Students MAPS and will be president of Helping Our People Excel through Wellness (H.O.P.E. through Wellness) this year.

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First-Year Counselor

Amanda Marcks

SMS: (856) 347-3274

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Transfer Counselor

Erin Casne

SMS: (856) 347-5055

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International Counselor

Kesiane Costa-String

SMS: (856) 431-5190

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