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Graduate Certificate In Nutrition Online Degree Programs
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16-week on-campus courses
Transfer Credits
Non-Applicable
Next Start Date
Aug 19, 2019
Accreditation
Liberty University is accredited by SACSCOC

Prepare for Your Future in Public Health with a Graduate Certificate in Nutrition

Now that you’ve completed your bachelor’s degree, you may be wondering what’s next. If you are interested in pursuing a master’s degree, but want to get your feet wet first, a graduate certificate is a great route to take. And if your dream career involves the health and nutrition field, Liberty’s Graduate Certificate in Nutrition can help you get started.

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What Will You Learn?

Our Graduate Certificate in Nutrition focuses on major areas of illness and disease prevention. Discover how to combat diabetes, obesity, and eating disorders using current research in genetics, chronic disease, and medical nutritional therapy. Since this certificate is not geared to the medical field, you will develop more holistic methods to supporting healthy lifestyles at a larger scale, not just for individuals.

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Highlights
Degree Info
Admission Requirements

Highlights

  • Potential certification as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and in Public Health (CHP).
  • You will have the opportunity to join Eta Sigma Gamma and improve career opportunities and professional growth development.
  • You will have access to the resources available in our Health Promotion Lab.
  • Meet with like-minded professionals who have the same goals of improving community health locally and globally.

Nutrition Certificate Information

    Admission Requirements

    Every application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and all applicants must submit the following documents* and meet the minimum requirements for admission:

    • Admission application
    • Official bachelor’s degree transcripts with a 2.5 GPA or higher

    *Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.