This degree focuses on the study of nutrients and their metabolic
functions. It prepares the student for graduate study
in nutrition or metabolic research, or for further training
for careers in dietetics or medicine.
Arts & Sciences GER
PHED 101 and 102
NTRN 201, 342, 363, 364, and 452
NTRN electives: 6 credit hours (300-level or higher)