Do you love food? Do you love it so much you want to learn the science behind it? And how food is digested and absorbed? Would you like to help people make good food choices and stay healthy? If so, then you may be interested in our two-year program.
You’ll take courses in several different areas, including chemistry, biology, sociology and psychology. After you complete the program on our campus, you’ll apply to the University of Pittsburgh’s clinical dietetics and nutrition program in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. That’s where you’ll finish your bachelor’s degree.
Once you earn your degree, you can pretty much work anywhere: In a hospital or health care center you’ll make sure patients receive proper nutrition. In an industry or business where you’ll research new products. For the government where you can develop food and nutrition policies.
What you can do with a degree in Pre-Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition .
The two-year program at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford must include the following courses:
Three other courses are considered prerequisites to the Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition Program:
In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you will need to earn a minimum cumulative and prerequisite GPA of 2.50 and earn a minimum grade of C- in all courses designated as prerequisites. Experience in a healthcare facility is highly recommended, but is not required.