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  • 1. : Nutritionists provide nutritional service for patients in institutions such as hospitals and nursing care facilities. They assess patients nutritional needs, develop and implement nutrition programs, and control diseases. : Nutritionists can work in nursing homes , hospitals or correctional facilities, sometimes in the food service department. is $ 47,522 to $ 69,957
  • 2. 1. Bachelor’s degree-after 4or 5 years of full- time schooling. students will find a wide variety courses and programs leading to an Associates of Arts or Associates of Sciences degree in both academic and vocational subjects, as well as programs leading to occupational certificates. Students may also pursue programs of general interest.
  • 3. Units Courses 3 NUTR 150 Nutrition 3 NUTR155 Advanced Nutrition 3 NUTR 160 Foods for a Healthful Lifestyle 3 NUTR 170 Nutrition and Fitness 3 NUTR 180 Nutrition and Diet Therapy 1-4 NUTR 270 Work Experience 4 BIOL 107 General Biology- Lecture and Laboratory 3 CHEM 100 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory 1 CHEM 100L Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory 24-27 =Total Units= 1 or more years to complete
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