The University of New England's Nutrition program inspires and prepares you to become a qualified nutrition professional with a rigorous academic education based on science. With the practical skills you develop, you are prepared to implement nutrition-related initiatives that will improve the health of individuals in your local community as well as participate in interventions abroad.
A B.S. degree in Nutrition will prepare you for a variety of careers in the fields of nutrition, public health, wellness, policy, business, education and more.
Learn more about UNE’s unique approach to developing evidence-based nutrition knowledge and practical skills by viewing the curricular requirements.
Anne-Marie Davee, M.S. RDN, LD, assistant clinical professor of Nutrition at the University of New England, was featured in a video about the first seven...
University of New England Nutrition and Health, Wellness, & Occupational Studies (HWOS) students provided nutrition and stress management education at the Town of Kennebunk's recent...
Anne-Marie Davee, M.S. R.D.N. L.D, assistant clinical professor of Nutrition in the University of New England Westbrook College of Health Professions, shared advice on purchasing...
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ephrat Huss
Seminar Interprofessional Education Collaborative
Forum Interprofessional Education Collaborative