Nutrition and dietetics

The study of food, nutrition and dietetics involves the application of science, blended with behavioral sciences, integrating management strategies, along with a solid foundation in liberal studies. Our goal is to provide a distinctive program of study in all areas of nutrition and dietetics within the liberal arts setting. Students may choose to major in Nutrition and Dietetics or Food and Nutrition with a concentration in business or wellness.

BIO 230 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (4)
COM 195 Interpersonal Communication (3) 
   or COM 185 Public Speaking and Persuasion (3)
HFS 220 Personal and Community Health Concerns (3)
HFS 255 Competitive Strength Training & Exercise (2)
    or HFS 265 Personal Training & Exercise (2)
HFS 225 Commercial Recreation (3)
HFS 310 Kinesiology (3) 
   or HFS 320 Exercise Physiology (3)
HFS 325 Recreation and the Aging Process (3)
NTR 240 Physical & Nutrition Assessment (2)
NTR 250 Nutrition Education & Communication (2)
NTR 260 Obesity Research and Sports Nutrition (3)
NTR 335 Public Health Nutrition and Policy (3)
NTR 385 Internship (3)
PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology (3)

Wellness minor 

BIO 230 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (4)
COM 195 Interpersonal Communication (3)
  or COM 185 Public Speaking and Persuasion (3)
HFS 117 Introduction to Sport Medicine (3)
HFS 255 Competitive Strength Training & Exercise (2)
or HFS 265 Personal Training & Exercise (2)
HFS 220 Personal and Community Health Concerns (3) 
NTR 225 Fundamentals of Nutrition (3)

A minimum of five additional hours is to be chosen from courses within the wellness concentration. Student must hold first aid and CPR certification upon graduation.

May 2018