Minor Programs In Nutrition

What is the significance of a minor?

A minor concentration requires that approximately 15 credit hours of specified coursework be completed in a discipline other than the chosen major and that a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 be attained. Therefore, the completion of a minor indicates that the student has made a significant academic investment either to complement or supplement their major.

Minor in Human Nutrition

Nutrition majors are not eligible for this minor.

Non Nutrition majors may only take one minor: either Minor in Human Nutrition or Minor in Sports Nutrition.

Course Number Course Description Credits
NTRN 201 Nutrition 3
NTRN 343 Dietary Patterns 3
Nine credits selected from the following 9
NTRN 300 Healthy Lifestyles as Preventive Medicine  
NTRN 328 Child Nutrition, Development of Health  
NTRN 342 Food Science  
NTRN 351 Food Service Systems Management  
NTRN 361 Metabolic Dysregulation of Energy from Obesity to Anorexia  
NTRN 363 Human Nutrition I: Energy, Protein, Minerals  
NTRN 365 Nutrition for the Prevention and Management of Disease: Pathophysiology  
NTRN 366 Nutrition for the Prevention and Management of Disease: Clinical Applications  
NTRN 388 Seminar in Sports Nutrition  
Total Units   15

Minor in Sports Nutrition

Nutrition majors are not eligible for this minor.

Non Nutrition majors may only take one minor: either Minor in Human Nutrition or Minor in Sports Nutrition.

Course Number Course Description Credits
NTRN 201 Nutrition 3
NTRN 361 Energy Dysregulation: From Obesity to Anorexia 3
NTRN 362 Exercise Physiology and Macronutrient Metabolism 3
NTRN 363 Human Nutrition I 3
NTRN 388 Seminar in Sports Nutrition 3
Total Units:   15

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