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Nutrition Pathways

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Right here at UW-Green Bay.

Variety is also the spice of our academic offerings. With our bachelor's degree and two tracks within our master's degree, you can get all the education and experience you need to become a registered dietitian nutritionist and advance your career. We also offer an accelerated track so you can save time and money by earning your bachelor's degree, master's degree, and completing your supervised practice for RDN eligibility in just 5.5 years.

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Your Options

We offer a seamless track through all stages of education for a wide variety of careers in nutrition.

Bachelor's Degree

Take the first step to a career where you can help people take charge of their health through nutrition. With a bachelor's degree, you can continue your education or go straight into the workforce as a food and nutrition professional (sanitarians, food service directors, public health, etc.). Keep in mind starting Jan. 1, 2024, you do need a master's degree to become a registered dietitian nutritionist.

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Accelerated Bachelor's Degree

Want to get a head start on the path to becoming a dietitian? Through our acclerated bachelor's degree, you can complete four graduate-level courses at an undergraduate tuition rate, meaning you'll save time and money. 

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Certificate in Nutrition & Integrated Health 

Not sure if you want to pursue a master's degree? Our graduate certificate in Nutrition & Integrated Health consists of 12 credits and can give you a career boost. Plus, the credits you earn now can be applied if you choose to complete a master's degree.

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Combined RD/RDN & Master's Degree

This track of our nutrition & integrated health master's program means you'll have the educational requirements to become a registered dietitian nutritionist. You'll complete coursework and a supervised practice that consists of 1,000 hours of hands-on, supervised practice in community/ public health, food service and clinical care.

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Master's Degree Only

If you already have your bachelor's degree or RDN, our master's degree only track helps you become a leader in nutrition.

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Wondering what path is right for you? Professor Sara Wagner can help you determine what best fits your career goals.

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