Nutrition Consultant

Nutrition (BS)

Make a healthy career choice.

As society places greater emphasis on preventative healthcare, the need for professionals to help people make smarter food and fitness choices is rapidly increasing.

Combine education with your passion for a healthy lifestyle and major in nutrition at ACU, where Christian values and ethics serves as a foundation.

Choose from one of four concentrations to prepare for your desired career within the nutrition field:

  • If you’re interested in becoming a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, the dietetics concentration might be right for you.
  • The exercise science concentration prepares you to counsel individuals in wellness centers or serves as a foundation for a future personal training program.
  • The community concentration can lead to public education in a variety of settings.

The food service track provides training in food management, safety and marketing.

Program Overview

Credit hours 72
Concentrations 4
Department Kinesiology and Nutrition
School/College College of Education and Human Services


You’ll take courses such as:

  • Food Selection and Preparation
  • Nutrition Through the Life Cycle
  • Food Safety
  • Anatomy and Physiology I & II
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  • Didactic Program in Dietetics
  • Community Concentration
  • Exercise Science
  • Food Services

What can you do after graduation?

  • Food and Nutrition Professional  
  • Community and Public Health Professional 
  • Health Care Professional 
  • School Nutrition 
  • Sports Nutrition 
  • Research  
  • Academia
Dr. Sheila Jone

Dr. Sheila Jones teaches in the Money Student Recreation and Wellness Center

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Professor with students

Clubs and Activities

Nutrition majors have many opportunities to learn outside the classroom, including:

  • Internships
  • Job shadowing
  • Center for Human Performance
  • Recreation and Wellness Center

About the Kinesiology and Nutrition Department

Students studying at table

The Kinesiology and Nutrition Department trains students to live healthful and physically active lives. Students pursuing ACU degrees in kinesiology or nutrition are equipped to enter careers or graduate school in areas such as human performance, wellness, health promotion, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, and nutrition.

The Royce and Pam Money Student Recreation and Wellness Center serves as a laboratory, and the Human Performance Laboratory allows our students to help campus community members assess personal health.

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Ready to Be a Part?

We’re eager to see not only what you can accomplish with an ACU education, but how your unique perspective can enrich your fellow classmates and ACU as a whole.