Our program offers a close-knit environment with registered dietitian nutritionists teaching upper-division classes. The Foods and Nutrition, B.S. is designed to prepare students for supervised practice leading to eligibility for the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) credentialing exam to become Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN).
Why Study Foods and Nutrition at Radford?
- A close-knit environment where you’ll get to know the faculty
- Personal attention with a low faculty-student ratio
- Focus on nutrition counseling and medical nutrition therapy
Students are encouraged to participate in the Nutrition and Dietetics Student organization, SAND.
100% placement rate for competitive dietetic internships
100% of students applying to graduate school are accepted
84% first-time pass rate for the RDN exam
Get the Preparation You Need for Your Future Career
The depth of undergraduate coursework in medical nutrition therapy and nutrition counseling is unique. Our program includes required field experience to strengthen preparation for graduate-level supervised practice and expose students to viable career paths and potential employers.