Distance Learning - Up to 30 months
The Nutrition Consultant Training Program is available via Distance Learning. People who live far away, have time constraints, or simply prefer to work from home can receive our nutrition training online.
Our Distance Learning option brings the classroom to the students, giving one the flexibility and freedom to pursue in-depth nutrition education on their own time, from their own homes, and in a way that's organic to them. Distance Learning is structured yet flexible and is perfect for busy people who are independent, self-motivated, and who have a desire to improve the world through holistic nutrition.
During their studies, Distance Learning students will have regular phone calls scheduled with a Bauman College Distance Learning Mentor who will guide them throughout the program, from their first lesson to the completion of their Practicum/Fieldwork experience.
Structured Yet Flexible Schedule
Students may begin the Nutrition Consultant Training Program via Distance Learning at any time. Although we allow up to 30 months to complete the program, students may finish in a shorter time. Each student works at a different pace, but a minimum of 10 hours per week is a reasonable basic time commitment to finish the program in 18 months (which is the duration of the classroom program). Students and mentors together work out a time frame for each lesson, which takes into account a student's other life commitments and responsibilities. A recommended pace to ensure completion of the program during the allotted time frame of 30 months would entail each module taking no longer than 30 days to complete. The key to a successful distance learning experience is that students make the time in their lives to research, write, interview, and complete their homework in a timely way and stay in close communication with their mentors.
Distance Learning students receive the same curriculum as our classroom learning counterparts, including the Practicum/Fieldwork segment.
Unlike many other Distance Learning programs, Bauman College students have the benefit of individual telephone consultations with a personal mentor throughout the program. Students will be guided and supported by these regular phone appointments, which allow students to ask in-depth questions, receive detailed feedback on homework for each course topic, review core competencies of the program, discuss client strategy and sequencing, get answers to questions, and monitor progress. Additionally, distant learners have an opportunity to connect with other Bauman College students through the Student Forum.
Nutrition Consultant Curriculum
via Distance Learning
Term I - Foundations of Nutrition
NC 101: Eating for Health
NC 102: Digestive Physiology
NC 103: Biochemistry
NC 104: Nutrition Analysis
NC 105: Macronutrients
NC 106: Micronutrients
NC 107: Nutritional Counseling
NC 108: Case Presentations
Term II - Therapeutic Nutrition
NC 201: Stress and Endocrine Interactions
NC 202: Men and Women's Health
NC 203: Liver Detoxification
NC 204: Gastrointestinal Health
NC 205: Blood Sugar Regulation
NC 206: Weight Management
NC 207: Clinical Assessment
NC 208: Cardiovascular Health
NC 209: Mental Health
NC 210: Musculoskeletal Health and Sports Nutrition
NC 211: Immune and Autoimmune
NC 212: Cancer
NC 213: Case Presentation
Term III - Practicum/Fieldwork
NC 301: Fieldwork Preparation
NC 302: On-Site Fieldwork
NC 303: Fieldwork Reporting
Required Computer Skills
Use of a computer is required to participate in the Nutrition Consultant Training Program.
Please review our Technical FAQs before applying.