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  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Human Nutrition (B.S.)-Nutritional Sciences


The nutritional sciences program emphasizes the biological and physical sciences and provides students with the background necessary to understand the function and metabolism of nutrients. The program provides an excellent foundation for students considering careers in medicine, dentistry, and other health science professions. The curriculum is designed to meet academic requirements for entering medical school, dental school, or allied health professions.

Bachelor’s degree requirements

General requirements (30-32 credit hours)


Grades of C or higher required

Communications (8-9 credit hours)


One of the following courses


Humanities Electives (6 credit hours)


(Only a course of 3 credits or more will apply.)

Natural and Physical Sciences


(See Professional Studies)

Quantitative Studies (6-7 credit hours)


One of the following courses


Integrative Human Ecology Courses (1 credit hour)


Professional studies (78 credit hours)


(Grade of C or higher required.)

Unrestricted electives (10-12 credit hours)


Total credit hours required for graduation (120)