Oct 14, 2019  
2019-2020 COURSE CATALOG 
    
2019-2020 COURSE CATALOG

Nutrition, B.S. - Nutrition and Wellness


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The USJ Nutrition and Public Health Department offers two tracks. One prepares a student for a dietetic internship (didactic) and this second one will prepare a student to work in the arena of wellness and community as a nutrition educator.

These professionals work with a variety of populations such as pregnant women and their children in a Women Infants and Children nutrition program, Head Start, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and food programs including school nutrition programs. The emphasis is on preventative nutrition, education and wellness.

Program outcomes


The student will:

  • Become an effective food and nutrition professional in a variety of settings
  • Use critical thinking skills to locate, analyze and evaluate health, food and nutrition information
  • Interpret and present food, nutrition and health-related research in a variety of professional and public forums
  • Establish collegial relationships through effective communication, collaboration and problem-solving skills
  • Develop life-long learning behaviors to remain current in her/his area of professional expertise

Degree requirements (61 credits)


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