The demand for registered dietitians and nutritionists is growing. An additional 12,300 jobs will likely be created by 2018.1 You can be among the 49% of registered dietitians with advanced degrees.2
Benedictine’s online Master of Science in Nutrition and Wellness will position you to enrich your career or create a new one, demand a greater salary and better influence the health of individuals and communities. Graduates are prepared for a variety of nutrition and wellness jobs such as the following:
- Clinical or Community Registered Dietitian
- Clinical Dietitian Manager
- Corporate Wellness Program Director
- Research Coordinator
- Health Educator
- Private Practice Dietitian
- Nutrition Communications Specialist
To learn how Benedictine University can help you move from your current job to your dream career, call us at 1-866-295-3104 or request more information here.
2 American Dietetic Association Compensation and Benefits Survey of the Dietetics Profession 2011.