Nutritionist School in Nevada

Nevada Nutrition Schools

In order to become certified and licensed as a nutritionist in Nevada, you must complete the appropriate education. To do this, your first step will be to choose a nutritionist school in Nevada or distance learning program through an online university. The curriculum will vary depending on which school you choose, but you are likely to be taking some of the following courses:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Fundamentals of Life Science
  • Nutrition, Health, and Ethnic Issues
  • Nutrition Assessment
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy

In Nevada, the Nevada Dietetic Association requires that you have at least a bachelor degree before you can receive certification. There are also master degree programs available, however, and you may want to consider this option if you plan on advancing your nutritional career in the future.

Nutritionist certification in Nevada is awarded by the Nevada Dietetic Association. Nutrition professionals have a crucial role in overall patient care, so it is important that they be rigorously tested and deemed competent to practice. In order to receive your certification, you must have completed all of the following:

  • A 4-year degree program in nutritional studies
  • Completed an internship training program, accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
  • Passed the Nevada Dietetic Association state examination

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