This four-year program develops students to be globally competitive professionals with relevant competencies in three areas of nutrition: hospital, community, and food service, integrating academic and clinical knowledge and skills thru excellence in teaching and the development of proper values and attitudes in the exercise of the profession to answer the changing needs of the society.
While relishing the Level IV accreditation of PACUCOA, the department upholds its status by continuously involving faculty and students in both academic and community service activities through the project initiatives of the college.
Nutrition and Dietetics Department has consistently placed in the Top Performing Schools with fifty or more board takers in the Nutrition and Dietetics Licensure Examination. In the March 2017 examination, four thomasian examinees landed in the top ten: 1st, 2nd, 8th, and 10th place, with 100% passing rate, making it Number One in the Top Performing Schools.
Ms. Diane S. Mendoza