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Nutrition Programs at Georgia State

Graduates of the Nutrition program are currently working in corporate wellness programs, collegiate athletic associations, hospitals, HMOs, public schools, public health, food and pharmaceutical companies, long term care facilities, and their own private practices.

Undergraduate Program Select a Nutrition Program

B. S. in Nutrition Science

The Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition Science. The program: provides a strong foundation for those interested in positions in applied sciences or for those pursuing pre-professional (medical, dental, occupational therapy, speech pathology, and dietetics) studies. After completing the core requirements, students take courses in physiology, and nutrition (required for the major) and may take additional courses in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, and physics.

Apply to the Nutrition Program 

Talk to an Adviser

Office of Academic Assistance Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. 811 Urban Life Building Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone Number: (404) 413- 1000

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PLAYS out on a very personal level for Lewis School students and faculty.  Lewis School people touch people of all ages throughout the metro Atlanta region and the state of Georgia in a variety of clinical experiences.  Nutrition students teach senior citizens about the importance of a nutritious diet and hydration at Senior Connections.

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Graduate Programs Select a Nutrition Program

Master of Science with a major in Health Sciences

Prerequisites  |  Degree Requirements

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Master of Science - Coordinated Program

The coordinated program is a four to six semester program of didactic course work AND supervised practice. The supervised practice has an urban health emphasis.

Prerequisites Degree Requirements

Apply to the Master of Science Nutrition Program 

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Doctorate in Chemistry  - Concentration in Nutritional Sciences

The doctoral program in Chemistry with a concentration in Nutritional Sciences is an 80-semester hour program. This program does not meet requirements for becoming a Registered Dietitian (RD).

Prerequisites |  Degree Requirements

Apply to the Doctoral Program 

Talk to an Adviser

Office of Academic Assistance Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. 811 Urban Life Building Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone Number: (404) 413- 1000

food lab, food

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PLAYS out on a very personal level for Lewis School students and faculty. Lewis School people touch people of all ages throughout the metro Atlanta region and the state of Georgia in a variety of clinical experiences. Nutrition students teach senior citizens about the importance of a nutritious diet and hydration at Senior Connections. Nursing students perform back-to-school physicals on homeless children through the Children’s Restoration Network.