Nutrition: 5-Year (B.S./M.S.)

  • Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's
  • 5-year, On Campus


La Salle University’s Didactic Program in Nutrition and Master’s Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics Practice are both accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). Program outcomes data are available upon request.

Meet the Faculty

Career Opportunities

Immediately upon graduation, students will be eligible to take the credentialing exam for RDN’s and seek state licensure as Licensed Dietitian Nutritionists. RDN’s are employed as clinicians and managers in hospitals, long term care facilities, specialty clinics, grocery stores, schools, corporate wellness, private practices, and community agencies. Employment in the field is growing faster than the national average. Nearly 100% of our graduates who seek employment find jobs in the field of dietetics within 3 – 6 months after graduation.

Imone Harris, ’28, M.S. ’29

Imone Harris, ’28, M.S. ’29, is looking forward to beginning her La Salle journey as a nutrition and dietetics major this fall. 

Sarah Peritz, Psy.D. ’27

Sarah Peritz, Psy.D. ’27, earn the honor for her paper titled “Preventing Suicide: Psychology’s Ethical Responsibility for Gun Reform.” 

Left to right: Br. Daniel Gardner, FSC, '94, MA '96, Emma Provost, ‘20, and Tom Southard, J.D.

Newest members bring industry and business experience to their board roles.