As a student pursuing this major, you will take classes in fitness, nutrition, healthy eating, stress management, and the cultural and political aspects of health and healthcare. You will interact with faculty and professionals who have devoted their lives to teaching and promoting positive lifestyles. This program also emphasizes community integration through nonprofit and for-profit organizations, which provide opportunities for internships. The school falls under the banner of ASU's College of Health Solutions, in the School of Nutrition & Health Promotion, a uniquely interdisciplinary research organization.
The multifaceted nature of the program will provide you with many skills translatable to almost any industry within the healthcare market. Rehabilitation, community outreach, and numerous other private institutions need skilled healthcare professionals, and the breadth of this major only increases your job opportunities. Possible career options include positions as health technicians, educators, coordinators, and healthcare practitioners.
ASU’s School of Nutrition and Health Promotion
The School of Nutrition and Health Promotion, within the College of Health Solutions, is committed to rigorous, high caliber education for students in areas of health. The school is dedicated to designing research with the intent to promote a healthy lifestyle and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
- In the fall 2016, the College of Health Solutions had 247 Barrett Honors scholars, 146 faculty, 5,813 students and 9 million in research expenditures.
- Embedded partnerships in the community give students additional resources and networking opportunities including the Mayo Clinic, Barrow Neurological Institute, HonorHealth, Dignity Health, Health Care Sector Partnership and more
- $9 million in research expenditures
- Top 10 universities in the country for employability
- 100% pass rate on the Registration Examination for Dietitians over the past 10 years (national average was 86%)