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.
Everyone who has attended a college or university graduation knows that commencement weekend, even with all the joy it brings, can be a hectic time...
The University of New England held its first Nutrition Symposium on Saturday April 21, 2018. The free event was the result of a collaboration between...
The winter can be a difficult time for people to make healthy choices, but University of New England Nutrition student Aly LeBlanc and Assistant Clinical...
Colleen Peyton, PT, DPT & Christa Einspieler, Ph.D.
Forum Interprofessional Education Collaborative
SAVE THE DATE! Faculty Development