Nutrition, Hospitality and Human Services

Welcome to the Department of Nutrition, Hospitality and Human Services (NHHS) where you can develop marketable skills in your career choice while engaging with dynamic and caring faculty and staff committed to your success.

Undergraduate and graduate students in our programs develop the competencies required for careers in nutrition, dietetics, hospitality, culinary, family studies, or family and consumer sciences certification.

We welcome students from other majors to gain an enhanced capacity to serve others.

The Department of Nutrition, Hospitality & Human Services (NHHS) is characterized by professional disciplines bound by the common theme of rendering service to individuals, families, and communities, addressing fundamental human needs. The three primary disciplines of the department include nutrition, hospitality administration, and family science.

The NNHS faculty equip students with the knowledge and marketable skills to raise the quality of life of those they will help throughout their career. Our dedicated staff are available to assist students with navigating questions about the department and university.

Values of the department are:

  • Quality teaching
  • Innovative curriculum
  • Integration of technology
  • Experiential learning
  • Evidence-based research

Graduates emerge from their academic career and are prepared to transition into meaningful employment with a clear appreciation for lifelong learning, ethical standards, public engagement, and understanding the value of their respective field.

Department and University Scholarships are Available