Nutrition and Food Science at Hunter College is now one of the most selective undergraduate courses of study at the school.
Hunter College's Nutrition program has an excellent reputation throughout the nutrition and health care communities in the New York metropolitan area. Hunter graduates are recognized as outstanding practitioners who have been promoted to top administrative positions in nutrition and dietetics. Our alumni have been elected to leadership positions in the American Dietetic Association and have won prestigious ADA awards. Many act as preceptors and mentors for our current students, and some have returned to Hunter as adjunct faculty members on our nutrition staff.
The Nutrition and Food Science curriculum meets the academic (didactic) requirements set by the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and qualifies students to continue their professional preparation for the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential.
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