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Online Schools Offering Nutrition Degrees

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Guide to Online Schools lists 5 degrees and certificate programs in nutrition. These programs are available at the undergraduate and graduate level through 4 colleges. Average tuition for these programs is $16,445 a year. Recommendation rates for these schools range from 0 to 0 percent, according to our online student reviewers. Career helpfulness ratings for these programs range from 0 to 0 percent.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,505 Associate $15,396 Bachelor's $15,777 Master's $14,429 Doctorate $11,369
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $52,606 Master's $67,822 Doctorate $97,944

A bachelor's degree can get you started as a dietitian or nutritionist. These degrees include courses in topics like physiology, clinical nutrition, biology, vitamins and minerals, and chemistry. Students can also participate in a recognized internship during the program to qualify for a dietitian or nutritionist license upon graduation. Master's programs in nutrition can be a good way for those with a bachelor's degree in another field to prepare for nutritionist licensure. These programs take two to three years to complete and require hundreds of hours of supervised clinical nutritionist work. This usually takes place through an internship or clinical practicums in healthcare settings.   

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