Nutrition and Food Sciences B.S.
Nutrition and Food Sciences Track
|Analytic Sciences Core|
|Math Placement (if test score less than or equal to 6, take MATH 009; if equal to or greater than 7, take MATH 019)||3|
|NFS 043||Fundamentals of Nutrition||3|
|NFS 044||Survey of the Field||1|
|NFS 053||Basic Concepts of Foods||3|
|NFS 054||Basic Concepts of Foods Lab||1|
|NFS 073||D2:SU:Farm to Table: Food Sys||3|
|NFS 143||Nutrition in the Life Cycle||3|
|NFS 153||Principles of Food Technology||3|
|NFS 154||Principles Food Technology Lab||1|
|NFS 203||Food Microbiology||3|
|NFS 213||Food Microbiology Lab||1|
|NFS 243||Advanced Nutrition||3|
|In consultation with the student's academic advisor, select four additional NFS courses, at least two of which must be at the 200-level||12|
|Category Two Diversity Requirement|
|ANTH 021 and HLTH 105 fulfill the Category Two Diversity requirement.|
Note: Students wishing to apply to Medical, Naturopathic, Chiropractic, Osteopathic, Dental or Graduate School should take: Chem 31 and Chem 141 (in place of Chem 23 and Chem 42), plus use electives to take Chem 32 and Chem 142, Biology 1 & 2, Physics 11 & 12, or 31 & 42 plus lab 21 & 22. Math 19 & 20 or Math 21 & 22 are optional depending on the school.
Students planning to attend medical or graduate school should have biology (one year), chemistry (two years), and physics (one year). One year of calculus is also recommended.
For more information about the University Approved Diversity requirement, see the Degree Requirements in the Academic Information section of the Catalogue.