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Human Nutrition
Minor

  • Degree:   BA or BS
  • Available as:   Major or Minor
  • Foundation Curriculum:   A&S – SAGES


  • WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF A MINOR?

A minor concentration requires that approximately 15 credit hours of specified coursework be completed in a discipline other than the chosen major, and that a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 be attained.

Therefore, the completion of a minor indicates that the student has made a significant academic investment either to complement or supplement their major.  

MINOR
Hours required to complete:  15

  • THE BASIC SEQUENCE FOR A MINOR PROGRAM CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING:

 

Required Courses:

NTRN 201

Nutrition

3

NTRN 343

Food Science

3

 
  • and nine (9) credits selected from the following courses:


Child Nutrition, Development and Health

 

Food Science

 

Food Service Systems Management

 

Human Nutrition I: Energy, Protein, Minerals

 

Human Nutrition II: Vitamins

 

Nutrition for the Prevention and Management of Disease: Pathophysiology

 

Nutrition for the Prevention and Management of Disease: Clinical Applications

 

Seminar in Nutrition

 

Trends in Diet Therapy

 



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