Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Boston University - College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College
As one of the country’s leading schools of health and rehabilitation sciences, Sargent combines outstanding faculty, challenging academic curricula, and state-of-the-art facilities to provide rigorous education and exemplary clinical experiences. Our interdisciplinary approach houses all of our clinical programs under one roof; this environment reflects the future of health care and promotes a deep appreciation for work across the professions.
Home to more than 1300 undergraduate and 450 graduate students, Sargent offers a close-knit, small-college environment in a large, diverse research university. Professors are supportive and accessible and have a genuine connection to their students. Sargent faculty include some of the nation’s most respected leaders in health and rehabilitation.
The mission of Boston University College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College is to advance, preserve, disseminate, and apply knowledge in the health and rehabilitation sciences. BU Sargent College strives to create an environment that fosters critical and innovative thinking to serve the health care needs of society best.
A degree from Sargent College prepares students for a variety of rewarding and in-demand careers. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook rates Sargent careers among those with the highest growth potential of all occupations tracked.
The healthcare field is dynamic, diverse, and growing fast—and so are the opportunities for sought-after healthcare professionals.
At Sargent, you’ll have the advantage of studying at a leading international research institution with top-ranked programs. In all four departments, we prepare students in ways that few other schools can.
Sargent’s Interprofessional Education (IPE) Program encourages students across departments to further understand various healthcare professions and develop the skills they need to excel working in teams.