Nutritionist School in Ohio
By Sarah Mariah, allied health world contributing writer
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Ohio Nutrition Schools
Obtaining a nutritionist certification in Ohio is achieved by sitting for and passing the national exam given by the American Dietetic Association that establishes a nutritionist as a licensed dietitian. The prerequisites for this exam include completion of a four-year bachelors degree from an accredited school in nutrition or a related field, and completion on an internship to gather the clinical experience required. Many states add on additional requirements and there are continuing education classes required to maintain this certification, but in Ohio these are the baseline educational and clinical requirements to become a certified nutritionist and work as such.
The metropolitan areas of Ohio offer schools that are accredited by the American Dietetic Association and there are a multitude of online programs as well. Some of the more major cities to research for schools in Ohio for a nutritionist curriculum are Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron and Dayton. There are also major medical centers around the state that offer state of the art opportunities for the hands-on training required as a prerequisite to acquiring accreditation in this field. These include Akron City Hospital, the Cleveland Clinic and also the many University and Mercy Hospitals. As you can see, Ohio offers many options for the aspiring nutritionist.
Nutritionist Schools in Ohio
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