Minor in Nutrition
The Nutrition Minor is designed for students interested in understanding food, where it comes from, and how it affects health. Students in the minor develop knowledge and skills that supplement their major, and that are helpful for improving overall health in individuals and communities.
Completing the Nutrition Minor improves your marketability in many professional paths, including public health, nursing, kinesiology, psychology, tourism and hospitality, business, education, health communication and journalism, marketing, health professions, and sports and recreational management. The minor also prepares students to pursue graduate training or research in dietetics and nutrition, and to enhance their personal understanding of rapidly changing messages about diet and health.
Students wishing to declare and pursue the Minor in Nutrition should contact an undergraduate academic advisor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Student Last Names A-K: Contact Natasha Benoit at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Last Names L-Z: Contact Gale Carlin at email@example.com
The requirements for the Nutrition Minor are:
|SBS 1104||Nutrition and Health||3|
|SBS 1114||Cultural Nutrition||3|
|SBS 2104||Nutrition in the Lifecycle||3|
|Nutrition Minor Electives|
|Select three of the following: 1||9|
|Cooking and Presenting Food Fundamentals|
|Health Psychology and Human Behavior|
|Nutrition and the Community|
|Diet and Weight Management|
|Applied Performance Nutrition|
|Sustainable Food Systems Planning|
|Food Crops I|
or HORT 2353
|Food Crops II|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Others by advisement.