5 Degree Programs
We have five degree programs to provide our students with a world-class education they can apply to careers as registered dietitians, chefs, pharmaceutical sales reps, food safety inspectors, researchers, academics and more.
2 Accredited Programs
Our ACEND-accredited Didactic Program in Dietetics and Master of Clinical Nutrition / Dietetic Internship programs prepare students to become Registered Dietitians.
500+ Enrolled Students
Our over 500 enrolled students are training to be the next generation of nutrition professionals who recognize the importance in maintaining health and preventing diseases.
Robert Chapkin receives $4 million grant to study feeding intolerance in preterm infants
Novel noninvasive method allows for precise diagnosis of feeding intolerance severity
Nutrition’s Coheley part of Faculty Aspiring Leadership Program
New program expands the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ approach to growing leadership
Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences honors faculty and staff
Two Nutrition Faculty members recognized at ceremony that included Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Awards, tenure and promotion, new faculty recognition
Nutrition and Dietetic Career Workshop and Fair offers day-in-the-life experience
Student-run event offers Texas A&M students chance to network, learn about dietetics graduate programs and internships
Body and mind: Pursuit of heath leads to nutrition education
Chavez twins pursue dream of helping others through better nutrition
Study provides new insights into Type 2 diabetes
New insights into the underlying mechanisms of Type 2 diabetes and novel potential therapeutic targets for the disease were revealed in a recent study
Texas A&M receives $6 million to create center of excellence in cancer
Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas grant will support cancer prevention and care
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