Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition

Students must meet all University graduation requirements.

I. Required Courses:

N&D 100Introduction to Nutrition and Dietetics1
N&D 240Fundamentals of Nutrition3
N&D 240LFundamentals of Nutrition Laboratory1
N&D 250Contemporary Food and Nutrition Concepts3
N&D 310Nutrition Assessment3
N&D 325Nutrition Through the Life Cycle3
N&D 335World Food Patterns3
N&D 344Nutrition Education and Counseling3
N&D 345Community Nutrition3
N&D 348Sports Nutrition3
N&D 441Nutritional Biochemistry4
N&D 494Research in Nutrition and Dietetics1
N&D 497Supervised Practice in Human Nutrition4
ENGL 110College Composition I3
ENGL 130Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences3
COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
MATH 103College Algebra3
PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
CHEM 121General Chemistry I *3
CHEM 121LGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory *1
CHEM 122General Chemistry II *3
CHEM 122LGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory *1
CHEM 340Survey of Organic Chemistry *4
CHEM 340LSurvey of Organic Chemistry Laboratory1
BIMD 220Human Anatomy & Physiology I3
BIMD 220LHuman Anatomy & Physiology I Lab1
BIMD 221Human Anatomy & Physiology II3
BIMD 221LHuman Anatomy & Physiology II Lab1
SOC 326Sociological Statistics3
or PSYC 241 Introduction to Statistics
Total Credits74
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CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry, CHEM 115L Introductory Chemistry Laboratory and CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry, CHEM 116L Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory may be substituted for CHEM 121 General Chemistry I, CHEM 121L General Chemistry I Laboratory, CHEM 122 General Chemistry II, CHEM 122L General Chemistry II Laboratory, CHEM 340 Survey of Organic Chemistry, and CHEM 340L Survey of Organic Chemistry Laboratory.

II. Choice of either Option A or Option B.

Option A Health Promotion:  Choose a minimum of four courses

N&D 220Foodservice Safety and Sanitation1
N&D 260Principles of Foods and Food Science3
N&D 380Food Service Production and Management3
MGMT 300Principles of Management3
PHE 301Principles and Foundation of Health Education3
PHE 307Methods and Materials of Health Education3
KIN 240Introduction to Wellness2
T&L 252Child Development3
PSYC 250Developmental Psychology4
PSYC 355Adulthood and Aging3
SOC 352Aging and Society3

Option B Sciences:  Choose a minimum four courses

BIOL 150General Biology I3
BIOL 151General Biology II3
BIOL 341Cell Biology3
PPT 315Human Pharmacology3
PPT 410Drugs Subject to Abuse2
PSYC 250Developmental Psychology4
PSYC 355Adulthood and Aging3
SOC 352Aging and Society3
SOC 355Drugs and Society3
BIMD 301Biochemistry3

III. Electives.

In consultation with an adviser, the student will select electives or a minor to meet the University minimum of 120 semester hours of credit and Essential Studies requirements for graduation.