Jointly sponsored by the Schools of Nursing and Arts and Sciences, the Nutrition Minor presents a broad view of the field and illustrates the pervasiveness of nutrition-related issues in such diverse fields as anthropology, economics, folklore, history, physiology, psychology, health care, and public policy.
The Nutrition Minor requires a total of 6 course units.
|Core Courses 1
|Select 1 course unit from each Core A, B and C
|Core A - Basic Nutrition:
|Fundamentals of Nutrition
|or NURS 1120
|Nutrition: Science & Applications
|Core B - Scientific Basis of Nutrition:
|Select one of the following Options:
|Integrated Cell Biology and Microbiology with Recitation
|The Biology of Food
|Introduction to Biology A
|Introduction to Biology - The Molecular Biology of Life
|Core C - Advanced Nutrition:
|Advanced Nutrition: Molecular Basis of Nutrition
|or NURS 5240
|Advanced Human Nutrition and Micronutrient Metabolism
|Select 3 course units of Electives 2
|Total Course Units
It is strongly recommended that Core A & B courses be taken prior to the Elective courses.
See website for list of approved elective courses.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2023 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.