Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics graduates have careers in general medical nutrition therapy; specialty areas such as renal dietetics, diabetes care, nutrition support and sports nutrition; food service management for hospitals, schools, universities or corporations; and community nutrition agencies. Some graduates have used their entrepreneurial skills to develop their own nutrition-related businesses. Read our Success Stories to see what alumni have to say about their experiences.
Becoming a Registered Dietitian (RD) or Licensed Dietitian - Nutritionist (LDN)
To become a registered dietitian (RD), or registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), you must meet eligibility requirements established by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. After graduation from Seton Hill’s program, you will be eligible to take the national examination to become a registered dietitian and take advantage of a wide array of opportunities in health care, medicine, community service, industry, science, business and education. After passing the national registration examination, you can decide whether to use the designation RD or RDN.
The Commonweath of Pennsylvania has defined requirements for obtaining the credential licensed dietitian-nutritionist (LDN). Much like the RD, individuals with the credential LDN have met specific dietetics education, experience and examination requirements. Seton Hill’s program prepares students for this credential.
The Career & Professional Development Center Works With You Throughout Your Academic Career – and After You Graduate
As a Seton Hill student you have the opportunity to work with career advisors who are committed to supporting you throughout your education – and who will continue to do so after you graduate.
Career advisors can provide:
Find out more at setonhill.edu/careerservices.