The Mission of the Life University College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies is to empower students to achieve successful careers and meaningful lives, based on a vitalistic philosophy that promotes optimum performance and transformational leadership, to produce a positive impact in a dynamic world.
The College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies is organized into four distinct Divisions, as seen below. Click on any degree to access full program information.
Division of Liberal Studies
Division of Natural Sciences
Division of Social Sciences
Division of Sport Health Science
From the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Employment of nutritionists is projected to grow 11% from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations. The role of food in preventing and treating diseases, such as diabetes, is now well known. More nutritionists will be needed to provide care for patients with various medical conditions and to advise people who want to improve their overall health.
From the Bureau of Labor Statistics<:
The median annual wage for dietitians and nutritionists was $63,090 in May 2020.
Cindy Cozad, B.S. Dietetics Alumna
“I like how nutrition transforms people’s lives in a more emotional way, the psychology of being overweight, the self-esteem issues.”
“(Life University’s) campus drew me in so much. I liked the tie-in to the health, wellness and Vitalism aspect.”
Lauren Johnson, M.S. Clinical Nutrition student
“Being here has just really given me time to find the right direction for me to slow down a bit and be present in a community of people who share common interests. It’s like a breath of fresh air.”
“Nutrition is life. It’s what you’re putting into your body and what’s fueling you every day. You have to put good gasoline in your car to get from one place to another, so you have to put good food into your body to do the same.”