BS: Nutrition Science

Choose the B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics to help prepare you to work closely with people, solving nutrition-related health problems and saving lives. This degree prepares you for work in areas of clinical nutrition, food service management and community nutrition and public health.

If you aspire for a career in medicine or dentistry, choose the B.S. in Nutrition Science to give you expertise in an area of increasing importance to patients everywhere.

Suggested Schedule

 

Required Courses (29 Credits)  

  • FDNT230 - Nutrition (3)

  • FDNT310 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle (3)

  • FDNT448 - Nutrition and Wellness (3)

  • FDNT460 - EG White Seminar (1)

  • FDNT485 - Nutrition and Metabolism (3)

  • FDNT495 - Independent Study (1)

6 Elective Credits Chosen From:

  • FDNT 124 - Food Science (3)

  • FDNT 421 - Community Nutrition I (2)

  • FDNT 422 - Community Nutrition II (2)

  • FDNT 441 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I (3)

  • AND FDNT 451 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I Lab (1)

  • FDNT 469 - International Nutrition (2-3)

8 Elective Credits Chosen From:

  • Chemistry

  • Biology

  • Nutrition

  • Physics

  • (in consultation with the program advisor.) 

Required Cognates (30 Credits)

  • BIOL165    Foundations of Biology I(5)

  • BIOL166    Foundations of Biology II (5)

  • CHEM131  General Chemistry I (4)

  • CHEM132  General Chemistry II (4)

  • CHEM231  Organic Chemistry I (3)

  • CHEM232  Organic Chemistry II (3)

  • CHEM241  Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)

  • CHEM242  Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)

  • BCHM421   Biochemistry I (4)

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For More Information Please Contact

Sherine Brown-Fraser Advisor for the BS: Nutrition Science degree brownfraser@andrews.edu or 269.471.3370