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Attract & enroll top-tier students seeking a comprehensive Nutrition program

With a 33% increase in the number of institutions with Clinical Nutrition graduates as well as a 39% increase in new Nutrition related degree enrollment at undergraduate institutions in the last year, the student demand for Nutrition degrees has skyrocketed.

Rize’s Nutrition program is distinctly designed to emphasize present-day issues and includes interactive labs and practical activities, covering topics like Food Economics and Medical Nutrition Therapy. Students will be prepared for further study and completion of the ACEND Registered Dietitian certification through an accredited graduate program as well as careers in food science, community health, and other graduate health specializations.

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increase in new Nutrition related degree enrollment
increase in undergrad Nutrition related degree completions
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What makes the Nutrition Program attractive to prospective students

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Real-World Courses Taught by Qualified Professional & Academic Experts in the Nutrition Field

Each Rize program has a dedicated curriculum committee comprised of faculty & industry experts in the program's subject area.

These experts understand the needs of hiring managers in related industries to ensure courses are current and professionally relevant.

Rize programs leverage the courses you already have:

Our Academic Partners will work directly with you to build a unique program leveraging and integrating courses you already have in your catalog.
A potential Nutrition degree could look like this:
Example courses from your institution
General Biology I
General Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry I
Introduction to Statistics
Research Methods
Courses from Rize
Introduction to Nutrition
Food Science
Food Economics
Lifecycle Nutrition I
Lifecycle Nutrition II
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Courses and curriculum

Nutrition course descriptions

You can launch this Nutrition Program by adding 6 Rize courses to your existing catalog, enabling you to market a Nutrition degree to prospective students in as little as one semester. Expand below to read the course descriptions.

NDM I - Introduction to Nutrition

The choices we make about food and nutrition shape our health and wellness throughout our lives. This course dives into the factors influencing our dietary choices, from cultural influences to personal tastes. We’ll explore macronutrients, micronutrients, governmental dietary guidelines, and practical assessment tools to design nutrition plans that improve well-being and weight management. This online class has optional live sessions.

NDM II - Food Science

Food Science lives at the intersection of culture, health, and innovation. By understanding the composition of foods, we can determine the best methods for their preparation, and how different cooking and preservation techniques affect food quality, safety, and nutritional value. Learn about food categories, such as the role of lactose and casein in dairy, and the science behind various preparation methods. This online class has optional live sessions.

NDM III - Food Economics

Food Economics isn't just about numbers—it's about people. Inequalities in our global food system often mirror the broader disparities in society. By understanding these systems, we can bring about transformative change. This course tackles the essentials: preventing foodborne illnesses, mastering procurement, and ensuring production quality. You'll learn the real-world calculations behind food costs and discover how food systems can save lives. This online class has optional live sessions.

NDM IV - Lifecycle Nutrition I

From preconception to adolescence, nutrition shapes our health trajectories. This course explores how early choices, like breastfeeding or formula feeding, impact a child's development milestones and potential food allergies. As children grow, we'll examine how dietary needs and relationships with food evolve, especially during adolescence. Learn about the pivotal role of nutrition during early life and how it can mold health and self-perception. This online class has optional live sessions.

NDM V - Lifecycle Nutrition II

In adulthood, nutritional habits solidify. We'll explore how early adulthood sets foundational food choices, and middle adulthood introduces complexities with work, family, and the onset of chronic diseases. Lastly, we'll explore the challenges faced in geriatric nutrition, including the impacts of polypharmacy. Throughout, a recurring theme will be weight management, emphasizing its role in promoting sustained health and activity. This online class has optional live sessions.

NDM VI - Medical Nutrition Therapy

Through this course, students will gain insights into how medical and social histories play a crucial role in accurate nutrition diagnoses. The course also highlights various counseling techniques and introduces therapeutic diets tailored to address specific health challenges. Emphasizing the importance of monitoring and evaluating outcomes, this course prepares students for effective and informed interventions. This online class has optional live sessions.

Students give these courses rave reviews

“The projects we had to do were very motivating… It sparked interest in me, got the light going in my brain - I loved doing the projects!”
Cole B.
Walsh University
“Rize has given me an opportunity to add something to my degree. Something that I wanted to find at my school but wasn’t there.”
Chisunta C.
Albertus Magnus College
“Class experience is amazing!”
Mary D.
Mary Baldwin University
“It’s helped me know what I want to do in my career because of how immersive the assignments are.”
Jacob J.
Lasell University
“Even though everything was online… it still felt like the same kind of small classroom that I really enjoy, and that’s why I chose my college - so I kinda got that same experience even thru the computer.”
Summer R.
Lasell University
"One of the things I liked about [it] was getting to meet new people from different colleges and getting to hear new experiences and opinions."
Kara B.
Lasell University

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