Program Degree Requirements

B. S. in Nutrition Science

Area D: CHEM 1211K and CHEM 1212K are required as the lab science sequence.

Area F: Courses Related to the Program of Study:  BIOL 2110K*, BIOL 2120K*, CHEM 2400, NUTR 2100,
Choose one or more of the following classes for a total of 4 hours:
BIOL 2107 (3), BIOL 2107L (1), BIOL 2500 (2), BIOL 2800 (2), PERS 2001 (2), PERS 2002 (2), PHYS 1111K (4)

*BIOL 2107K and BIOL 2108K may be required for some professional schools.  BIOL 2107K and BIOL 2108K may substitute for BIOL2110K and BIOL 2120K.

Area G: Major (60)

Required Courses (45)

SNHP 3010 Advanced Medical Terminology (3)
NUTR 3105 Normal Nutrition through the Life Cycle (3)
NUTR 3150 Food Science (3)
NUTR 3500 Macronutrient Nutrition (3)
NUTR 3700 Micronutrient Nutrition (3)
NUTR 4100 Energy, Metabolism, and Obesity (3)
NUTR 4108 Nutrition Assessment (3)
NUTR 4200 Nutrition and Disease (3)
NUTR 4280 Nutritional Genomics (3)
NUTR 4400 Nutrition Intervention (3)
NUTR 4950 Nutrition Seminar for Seniors-CTW (3)
NUTR 4955 Nutrition and Food Policy (3)
NUTR 4960 Nutrition and Physical Fitness (3)
SNHP 3000 Communication and Cultural Diversity (3)
SNHP 3500 Research Methods (3) or NUTR 3010 Introduction to Research (3)

Electives (15)
Any other 3000 or 4000-level NUTR course; CHEM 2100 (Organic Chemistry I Lab), CHEM 3110 (Organic Chemistry II Lab), CHEM 3410 (Organic Chemistry II), PHYS 1111K (Introductory Physics I), PHYS 1112K (Introductory Physics II), CHEM 4600 (Biochemistry I), BIOL 3240 (Human Physiology), BIOL 3250 (Human Physiology Laboratory), BIOL 3800 (Molecular Cell Biology), BIOL 3810 (Molecular Cell Biology Lab), BIOL 3900 (Genetics). Other electives may be used if approved by advisor. 1000 or 2000-level courses will not count as electives in Junior or Senior years.

Total Program Hours Required: a minimum of 120 semester hours