B.S. in Public Health – Nutrition
Residential B.S. in Public Health – Nutrition
Complete your Bachelor of Science in Public Health – Nutrition from Liberty University. Train to enter the public health field where you’ll be equipped to assist with community-based nutrition needs. Here, you’ll get foundational knowledge in human anatomy and physiology, microbiology, personal health, and probability and statistics. This provides the basis for further in-depth study of specific nutrition-based coursework.
Learn from professors who are strong in their faith and experienced in public health services. As a student of nutrition, you will be able to apply public health nutrition interventions that address global disparities and inequalities in health in the context of culture, race, gender, and economics.
At the completion of the Public Health major, you will be qualified to take the national Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) examination for certification.
- Kitchen labs for hands-on food preparation training
The B.S. in Public Health – Nutrition is offered through the Department of Public & Community Health in the School of Health Sciences.
The Department of Public & Community Health degree programs are accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). This is in addition to other program-specific accreditation and Liberty University’s regional accreditation.
Academics: Public Health – Nutrition (B.S.)
Programs of Study
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Human Nutrition (HLTH 330)
- Principles of Food Preparation Lab (HLTH 332L)
- Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (HLTH 334)
- Chronic and Infectious Diseases (HTLH 488)
- Community Health Nutritionist
- Government/Public Health Nutritionist
- Nutrition Specialist in the Healthcare Industry
- International Public Health Nutritionist
- Registered Dietician (Requires Graduate-level Study)