Our graduates work as clinical nutrition specialists; hospital food service directors; community agency consultants; food sales or pharmaceutical representatives; nutrition writers and consultants; dietitians for healthcare organizations; high school science, health, and home economics educators; and entrepreneurs in private practice.
A bachelor of science degree in nutrition and dietetics opens the door to many rewarding career opportunities, such as the following:
Connecticut Children's Medical Center
Hospital of St. Raphael – New Haven, CT
St. Vincent's Medical Center – Bridgeport, CT
Connecticut Culinary Institute
Arden House – Hamden, CT
Yale-New Haven Hospital – New Haven, CT
St. Barnabas Medical Center – New Jersey
Beth Israel Medical Center – New York, NY
Bridgeport Hospital – Bridgeport, CT
Milford Hospital – Milford, CT
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Programs in New Haven & Bridgeport
Nutrition and dietetics students receive priority acceptance into the University of New Haven weekend master of science program in human nutrition. Students may also choose University of New Haven graduate programs such as the M.S. in education, an M.B.A., or the M.S. in healthcare administration.