The in Nutrition
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The differs from the BS in Nutrition degree in 2 aspects:
- It does NOT require CHEM Lab (CHEM 113) or Statistics.
- It requires the completion of the Senior Project (NTRN 399), a formal investigation of a topic in nutrition. The Senior Project is generally done in the student's senior year, culminating in a paper and oral presentation.
This degree offers the opportunity to study the Science of Nutrition in a more flexible way than the B.S. program. It is particularly well-suited for students who do wish to complete a double major, or who may also be interested in a dual degree program (see Handbook for details about these degree options).
The B.A. in Nutrition is easily combined with majors such as Psychology, Sociology Chemistry, Biology, or Communication Sciences. It will also easily accommodate the requirements of a pre-med curriculum. In addition, this degree integrates seamlessly with courses of study geared toward Journalism, Law, or even Management.
- Nutritional implications of "Binge Drinking among College Fraternity Males"
- Leptin Receptor Knockout Effects on Skeletal Muscle Long-Chain Acyl-CoA's: Role
of Insulin Resistance
- Arts & Sciences GER (General Education Requirements)
- PHED 101 and 102 (-)
- NTRN 201. Nutrition (3)
- NTRN 342. Food Science (5)
- NTRN 343. Dietary Patterns (3)
- NTRN 363. Human Nutrition I: Energy, Protein, Minerals (3)
- NTRN 364. Human Nutrition II: Vitamins (3)
- NTRN 399. Senior Project
- two (2) NTRN electives (2 courses or 6 credit hours)
- CHEM 105. Principles of Chemistry I (3)
- CHEM 106. Principles of Chemistry II (3)
- CHEM 223. Introductory Organic I (3)
- BIOL 214. Genes and Evolution (4)
- BIOL 216. Organisms and Ecosystems (4)
or PHOL 480. Physiology of Organ Systems (3)
- BIOC 307. Evolutionary Biology of the Invertebrates (3)