The minor in nutrition is designed for undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines across the university who wish to expand and apply their understanding in key concepts of nutrition and how they intersect with public health, clinical applications, food policy, behavioral counseling, or health communication.
The minor is comprised of five courses. It requires a foundational course in Human Nutrition (HSCI 1105) that instructs students in the basic principles of human nutrition. Students expand foundational concepts in additional required courses to apply knowledge of nutrition in clinical settings and to public health initiatives. Following the initial core courses, students complete two elective courses, at least one at 3000 level or higher, developing deeper knowledge and specific professional skills.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified.
|HSCI 1105||Human Nutrition||4|
|HSCI 2350||Advanced Nutrition in Health and Disease||4|
|HSCI 2500||Public Health Nutrition in the Community||4|
|Complete two of the following. At least one elective must be at the 3000 level or above:||7-8|
or PHSC 2320
|Health Psychology: An Introduction to Concepts, Theories, and Research|
|Counseling Theories and Practice|
or PHTH 2300
|Communication Skills for the Health Professions|
or PHTH 2301
|Communication Skills for the Health Professions—Global|
|International Food Policy|
|Introduction to Exercise, Fitness, and Health|
|Contemporary Issues in Nutrition|
|Pharmacology for the Health Professions|
|Pharmacology/Medicinal Chemistry 2|
|Food Systems and Public Policy|
2.000 GPA required in the minor