Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation

Why should I major in Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation?

Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation majors are prepared for careers in specialized areas of nutrition and food through basic courses and one of three concentrations best matching their interests. Whether the science behind food and nutrition or working with people and management, graduates are ready to take on healthcare, food and hospitality industries.

What can I do with a degree in Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation?

There are multiple career options for an Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation graduate. Depending on the concentration area chosen, graduates can be employed in any facet the hospitality industry or nutrition field. 

  • Nutritionist
  • Chef
  • Dietetic Technician
  • Health Educator

What does a Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation major study?

Courses of study for Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation majors vary depending on the concentration area. Students should select a concentration that best matches their interests.

To view degree plans prior to 2017-2018, see Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation Degree Archives.

How can a Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation student be involved?

The School of Human Environmental Sciences and the University offer a variety of outlets for students to gain professional development experiences.

Students working in Maple Bistro plating food.

Quick Facts

Department:
School of Human Environmental Sciences

Average Starting Salary:
$42,000

Graduate School & Employment Placement Rate:
67%

Internship Required:
Yes

Commonly Paired Minors:
General Foods and Nutrition, Food Science


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