Certificate code CTSPNU
College of Health Sciences and Professions
Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, School of
Grover Center E160
Athens, OH 45701
Division of Food and Nutrition Sciences
Contact Person: Deborah Murray, email@example.com
The Sports Nutrition Certificate program offered at Ohio University provides the cumulative education and skills training to equip students to provide sound sports nutrition information to their clients. Completing the certificate will help graduates to be more competitive in the work force, as they will have the unique opportunity to provide nutritional education and guidance to collegiate, teenage, and recreational athletes, military personnel, and performing artists. This certificate will provide undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers as registered dietitian nutritionists, certified athletic trainers, exercise physiologists, certified health education specialists, physician assistants, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, educators, coaches, and others knowledge and sports nutrition-related skill development to enhance their program of study.
Students currently enrolled in any program of study at Ohio University qualify for admission. (It is noted, however, that some students in other majors may not have the appropriate preparation in the sciences and will need to take additional courses to complete the program).
Change of Program Policy
No selective or limited admissions requirements.
External Transfer Admission
No requirements beyond University admission requirements.
Opportunities Upon Graduation
This certificate will foster development of knowledge and skills related to nutritional aspects of athletic and physical performance. Upon completion of the certificate, undergraduate students will be better prepared to pursue post-graduate study in sports nutrition or a related area, and have a deeper understanding of nutritional aspects of athletic and physical performance to more competently perform in their career of choice. Overall, this certificate will make students more competitive in the work force.