The dietetics program at K-State is nationally recognized, giving students excellent opportunities upon graduation. Students will take classes in natural sciences, nutrition, food service, and management. Many dietitians work in health-care facilities such as hospitals and extended-care facilities. Dietitians also may be found working in community health settings, food stamp programs, or feeding programs for the elderly. Dietitians also manage institutional and commercial foodservice operations where they apply nutrition knowledge and managerial skills in the delivery of meals to children and adults.

Related career titles

Certified diabetes educator
Certified nutrition support dietitian
Clinical dietitian
Clinical nutrition manager
Consultant dietitian
Director, child nutrition program
Director, food and nutrition services
Food service manager
Food service sales representative
Health educator
Medical nutrition therapist
Pediatric dietitian
Pharmaceutical sales representative
Registered dietitian
Registered nurse
Renal dietitian
Research dietitian
Sports nutritionist
WIC nutritionist

Related dietetics links

K-State Department of Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

American Society for Nutrition

Nutrition Society

Kansas Academy of Nurtition and Dietetics