Nutritionist School in Colorado

Colorado Nutrition School

Colorado has a diverse set of educational institutions for aspiring nutritionists. Nutrition students in Colorado can choose from a variety of accredited online, traditional, or hybrid Bachelor's and Master's degree programs throughout the United States.

A traditional Bachelor's degree costs between $30,000-$70,000, and a Master's degree can cost between $10,000-$50,000. The total cost of both degrees depends on what schools students choose (public or private) and how much time students spend in school. In addition to finding scholarships to pay for their education, many of today's students are opting to reduce college costs by completing their general education credits at a local community college. Once they complete these credits, they typically transfer into a four-year college, where they complete their Bachelor's and Master's degree programs.

A Bachelor's degree takes four to five years to complete. Most Bachelor's degree programs combine a core set of major classes with general, liberal arts classes, providing students with a broad, interdisciplinary education. When choosing a Bachelor's degree program, students should look for programs that balance textbook theory with hands-on experience.

Students will want to look for the same qualities in a Master's degree program. Since the American Dietetic Association requires nutritionists to obtain at least 900 hours of pre-professional training before they can take the CDR exam and receive nutritionist certification in Colorado, aspiring nutritionists should give programs with these opportunities the highest bid. Students should also strongly consider what type of nutrition they would like to specialize in, and base their decision on whether their Master's degree courses will allow them to segue into that field.

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Nutritionists in Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora and Lakewood, Colorado may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including Memorial Hospital Central, Penrose Hospital, and Denver Health Medical Center.

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