The Bachelor's of Art in Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
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The study of nutrients and their metabolic functions.
This degree program also prepares the students for graduate studies in nutrition or metabolic research, or for further training for careers in medicine and/or nutrition.
Major (for B.A.):
Hours required to graduate: 78-79
This total breaks down in the following way:
1. Nutrition Courses (25 Credit Hours)
2. Additional Required Courses (53 - 54 Credit Hours)