LEARNING

Developing the expertise to provide the link between food producers and consumers, between diet and health.

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Dietetics

Earn a Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition with a specialization in Dietetics. You'll experience challenging courses and hands-on learning experiences that prepare you for entry into a dietetic internship, graduate school or immediate employment as a nutritionist.

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Nutritional science

Earn a Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition with a specialization in Nutritional Science. You'll explore nutrient requirements, nutrient functions, health and risk through a curriculum that draws on a variety of disciplines and provides flexibility to pursue areas of personal and career interest.

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Nutrition minor

Earn a minor in Nutrition with an emphasis in Nutritional Science. You'll complement your major area of study with a set of courses that relate to nutrient requirements and function, and nutritional care in clinical and community settings.

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Dietetics Internship Program

Complete our accredited post-baccalaureate supervised practice program to acquire sound entry-level career skills and the eligibility to sit for the Registered Dietitian credentialing examination.

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M.S. in Nutritional Science

Enhance your knowledge of and conduct research in many different aspects of nutrition with our Master of Science Program that integrates resources and expertise campus-wide to ensure student success.

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As a member of the Wolf Pack family and a nutrition major or minor, you'll receive hands-on lab experiences, real-world community engagement opportunities and a science-based education that will set you up for success.

In the News

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How can I tell whether the nutrition information I'm seeing online is true or false?

As you scroll through content on the Internet, consider these “warning signs” that what you are reading may not be entirely truthful

University of Nevada, Reno President Brian Sandoval and UNLV President Keith Whitfield shake hands.

University of Nevada, Reno Extension and UNLV join forces to tackle Clark County community challenges

Extension invests more than $1.7 million in strategic partnership to address pressing issues

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Milk: Can children drink too much?

Milk provides nutrients that are important for children’s growth and development. Too much milk, however, can be harmful.

You're invited! Spring Celebration & Awards Night, Friday, April 26

An event to honor you — our outstanding students, employees and supporters — Friday, April 26, from 4 to 7 p.m., at Eldorado Resort Casino in Reno.

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