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Online Bachelor's Degree In Nutrition

Employment of nutritionists and dieticians is expected to grow by 9 percent through 2016. By earning a bachelor's degree in nutrition from an online degree program, you can take advantage of a growing industry. Accredited online universities typically offer the same instruction as campus-based schools, but allow you the convenience of fitting your coursework into your schedule, and the ability to complete work from home.

More than half of all nutritionist jobs are in hospitals, residential nursing care facilities, or in outpatient care facilities such doctor's offices. Nutritionists may also manage large-scale meal planning in facilities such as school cafeterias or prisons, or work in private practices to provide nutritional testing and dietary advice to individual clients. By earning an online degree from an online university, you could join the ranks of nutritionists who earned a median salary of $49,010 in 2007.

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