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Folsom Lake College Nutrition

The Folsom Lake College nutrition curriculum prepares the student for further study in nutrition science and related fields or a program in clinical dietetics.

Note: If your goal is to transfer to a four-year institution to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nutrition or dietetics, you should meet with a counselor as your transfer institution may have different requirements for transfer and bachelor’s degrees.

Career Options

  • Corporate Wellness Programs
  • Food & Nutrition Businesses
  • Health Care & Hospitals
  • Public Health & Government Agencies
  • Research
  • Sport Nutrition

Some career options require more than two years of college, and may require certification in dietetics after a bachelor’s degree.


  • On-campus and online course offerings
  • Professional and innovative faculty
  • Hands-on experience in nutrition and diet assessment

Public Service, Health, and Education

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This program is part of the Public Service, Health, and Education meta-major.

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If you're interested in a transfer degree (AA-T or AS-T), then check out Degree Planner, a tool that helps you complete your degree efficiently by mapping out what courses to take and when to take them.

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