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.
UNE’s Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) brought more than 200 students from varying disciplines together to explore the role of mental health in athletics. Katie Hawke,...
More than 50 UNE student volunteers from Applied Exercise Science; Athletic Training; Dental Hygiene; Health; Wellness and Occupational Studies; Nursing; Nutrition; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy and...
Andrea Gosper (Health Sciences, ’19) will head to the Buffalo Bills training camp this July to begin working with the team’s scouting department. Gosper, an...