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Food and Nutrition

Degrees offered in Coeur d’Alene

  • Bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition, Nutrition Option
  • Bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition, Dietetics Option (junior year in Moscow)



Nutrition Option
This option prepares students for careers with government agencies, commodity groups, health and fitness agencies and businesses, and some components of the food industry. In addition, the course work would provide excellent background for those wishing to pursue advanced degrees in medicine or nutrition. 

Program Delivery Method
*Lower devision core classes are offered at North Idaho College
*Students take both live and online courses at UI Coeur d'Alene to complete their degree.


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Coordinated Program in Dietetics Option
This major combines clinical evaluation, community concerns, and food service management into a profession long valued for its service to people. Accredited by the American Dietetics Association (ADA), students apply in their sophomore year for the Coordinated Program in Dietetics (CPD). Coursework in the junior year is at the Moscow campus. Students move to Spokane for their supervised practicum in community and medical center settings their senior year. Following graduation, students are eligible to take the Registered Dietitian (RD) exam to become licensed and begin practicing as a dietitian in a variety of settings. 

Program Delivery Method
*Lower division core classes are offered at North Idaho College.
*Dietetics option students must complete their junior year in Moscow.

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Angelina Ely

Dietetics Student

Jan. 2014 Rotary Student of the Month More

Rebekah Favia

September 2013

Rotary Student of the Month More

Dr. SeAnne Safaii, Family and Consumer Sciences
sjsafaii@uidaho.edu
Advisor: Nutrition, Dietetics
  • Dr. Safaii teaching
  • Simulation Doll

Safaii Coeur d'Alene Press Articles

Every Wednesday, Assistant Professor SeAnne Safaii contributes a column to the Coeur d'Alene Press. Topics primarily focus on diet and nutrition. Check them out!

Dietetics-simulation

In the Fall 2010, the Coordinated Program in Dietetics (CPD) program took an innovative approach to teaching clinical dietetic skills to students through simulation. Click below to learn more!