Minor in Nutrition

Students in other majors may elect to earn a minor in nutrition. The requirements of the minor are the completion of 16 credit hours in nutrition-related courses; up to four credits can be from other courses important to understanding nutrition science and eating behaviors. To develop the program of study, students should consult an adviser in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following list of courses:
N&D 100Introduction to Nutrition and Dietetics1
N&D 220Foodservice Safety and Sanitation1
N&D 240Fundamentals of Nutrition3
N&D 240LFundamentals of Nutrition Laboratory1
N&D 250Current Trends in Nutrition3
N&D 260Principles of Foods and Food Science3
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 380Food Service Production and Management3
N&D 441Nutritional Biochemistry4
N&D 494Research in Nutrition and Dietetics1-4
A maximum of 4 credits from the following courses may be counted in the minor:
BIMD 220Human Anatomy Physiology I3
BIMD 220LHuman Anatomy Physiology I Lab1
BIMD 301Biochemistry3
BIMD 302General Microbiology Lecture2
BIMD 302LGeneral Microbiology Laboratory2
BIOL 315Genetics3
CHEM 116Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry3
CHEM 116LIntroduction to Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory1
CHEM 340Survey of Organic Chemistry4
CHEM 340LSurvey of Organic Chemistry Laboratory1
PHE 301Principles and Foundation of Health Education3
PHE 307Methods and Materials of Health Education3
PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
Note: Other courses may be counted toward the minor with written approval of a faculty member in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics.