Nutrition & Food Sciences
Approved by the American Dietetic Association (ADA), the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Sciences is appropriate for students preparing for careers working with foods, nutrition, or dietetics. After graduation, students can apply to ADA accredited internship programs and become a registered dietitian (RD). In addition, graduates may work as a "dietetic technician," dietary aid, and in many other food and nutrition related jobs.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Dorothy Chen-Maynard
For more information, consult the requirements for the major on the San Bernardino campus at the Department of Health Science and Human Ecology.