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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

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Degree: Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2018

The College of Health Solutions takes many steps in preparing their students for their next steps into the professional work place. I had various internship opportunites, a variety of volunteer opportunites, and labs and classes that provided first-hand experience and a wealth of knowledge. Arizona State University as a whole also provides many helping resources and opportunites for students to be successful while in school and upon graduating.

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2016

I have had an amazing experience at ASU! The teachers truly care about the students and want them to succeed. The teachers and TAs make themselves available and are helpful when extra help is needed or just for regular questions that may need to be answered. The campus is clean and safe.

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2016

Since Arizona State is such a big school, your academic experience will depend on where you take your classes and what program you are in. I was a part of a smaller major and felt that my education in my major was excellent. However, some of the larger majors often feel "lost" in the crowds of people. I think that the smaller your major, the better your experience will be. The campus you are on will also make a difference. My classes were mostly downtown and I appreciated the smaller campus feel. Tempe is much larger and it is easy to feel lost, in classes as well as on campus.

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