This program will prepare students to work in nutrition and wellness settings. This degree prepares students who do not wish to seek the registered dietitian (RD) credential, but would still like to work in the area of nutrition. Students will take courses in the areas of normal nutrition, community nutrition, lifecycle nutrition, program planning and evaluation, and foods. Graduates will be prepared to work in community health/nutrition settings or continue on for an advanced degree.
Students need to earn a C or better in all required courses.
Indiana State University’s priority date for filing the FAFSA is April 15. Students must earn 30 credit hours each academic year in order to maximize financial aid from the state of Indiana. Details about how to apply for financial aid, eligibility criteria, and awarding rules are available online at https://www.indstate.edu/financial-aid/apply. Students may view their specific financial file by logging into the MyISU Portal at https://www.isuportal.indstate.edu.