Do you qualify?
- Whole food nutrition
- Nutritional supplementation
- Meal planning
- Functional medicine
- Apply appropriate patient/client evaluation methods to determine nutritional needs and clinical status.
- Create nutrition-focused care plans that incorporate scientific evidence and sound clinical judgment to promote therapeutic goals and wellness.
- Apply functional medicine tools and strategies that enable a whole-person approach to patient/client care.
- Model ethical methods of practice that accord with applicable principles of jurisprudence.
- Employ a collaborative approach to clinical nutrition care.
Requirements for graduation
- Maintenance of enrollment eligibility through satisfactory academic performance, professional development and behavior, and non-academic behavior.
- Successful completion of all required courses, lectures, labs, practicums, and seminars with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on all required coursework.
- Successful completion of minimum graduation requirements as officially communicated to students through the university catalog, student publications, and other official documents of the university.
- Freedom from all indebtedness and other obligations to the university.