Current Students

Student Work

Student blog posts featuring their school-based nutrition lessons published in The Wellness Solution blog.

Graduate students in the course, Computer Applications in Nutrition created a Nutrition App Guide.

Students in the Community Nutrition created cultural foods fact sheets.

Students in the graduate course, Pediatric Nutrition, created nutrition fact sheets.

Internship Courses: NUTR 495, NUTR 499, HLTH 495

Internship Placement Descriptions

NUTR 495 and NUTR 499 Internship Instructions and Application

Course Requirements

Health and Wellness: Fitness

Health and Wellness: Nutrition and Food Studies

Food and Nutrition: Nutrition and Dietetics

Food and Nutrition: Coordinated Program in Dietetics

Suggested Electives

Scholarship Information

Changing Majors

Study Abroad Opportunities

The Office of International Education at FSU offers a variety of opportunities to expose you to the world.

If you are a Nutrition and Dietetics student, you can take one or more of your science requirements at an English-speaking university. You are encouraged to speak with your advisor in the first semester of the first year. If you are a Health and Wellness student, you can spend a semester/summer abroad. Your advisor can assist you.

The Food and Nutrition Department will offer a food-related trip to Ireland in May 2019. The trip is schedule for 10 days starting the week after graduation. You can take the trip with or without registering for the NUTR 290 Study Tour Course.  Join members of the Food and Nutrition Department as we set off to tour food and cultural sites in Kilkenny, Cork, Killarney, Galway, Connemara, and Dublin.  For more information visit the Taste of Ireland webpage and contact

Career Paths for Food and Nutrition and Health and Wellness Majors

You have a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics or Health and Wellness now what?  Click on the link to view a presentation for possible Career Paths in Nutrition, Food Health and Wellness.

Career Services

The staff of Career Services is ready and willing to help you with your entry into the world of work. They can help you with:

  • the job and internship search
  • editing resumes and cover letters
  • conducting mock interviews
  • applying to graduate schools
  • counseling on potential careers and more!

To make an appointment, you can stop by the office located in the McCarthy Center, room 412, or call at 508-626-4625.

If you would like to make an appointment with a career counselor please stop by our office located in the McCarthy Center, room 412, or call us at 508-626-4625.