Undergraduate Concentration in Foods and Nutrition

B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences

 

Bachelor of Science Degree in Family and Consumer Science, Concentration in Dietetics

Students Admitted Fall 2014 Semester and Beyond (Students admitted prior to Fall 2014, scroll down for requirements)

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Freshman Year

UNIV

1000

Service to Leadership

1

ENGL

1010

Freshman English

3

NUFS

1110

Food Preparation and
Meal Management

4

MATH

1110

College Algebra

3

 

 

Humanities Elective

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

ENGL

1020

Freshman English

3

NUFS

2110

Elementary Nutrition

3

CHEM

1110

General Chemistry I

3

CHEM

1111

General Chemistry I Lab

1

 

 

Humanities Elective

3

FACS

1010

FCS as a Profession

1

 

 

 

14

Sophomore Year

ENGL

2010-2018

Literature

3

CHEM

1120

General Chemistry II

3

CHEM

1121

General Chemistry II Lab

1

BIOL

2210

Human Anatomy I

4

BIOL

2211

Human Anatomy I Lab

0

HIST

2010

American History I

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

BIOL

2220

Human Anatomy II

4

BIOL

2221

Human Anatomy II Lab

0

ECON

2010

Economic Principles I

3

COMM

2200

Public Speaking

3

HIST

2020

American History II

3

CHEM

2010

Organic Chemistry I

3

CHEM

2011

Organic Chemistry I Lab

1

 

 

 

17

Junior Year

CHEM

3410

Biochemistry I

3

CHEM

3411

Biochemistry I Lab

1

NUFS

3120

Nutrition in the Global Community

3

PSYC

2010

General Psychology

3

NUFS

3130

Food Service Equipment
/Cost Control

3

FACS

3500

Professional Ethics and Conduct

2

 

 

 

15

BIOL

2400

Principles of Microbiology

4

BIOL

2401

Principles of Microbiology Lab

0

NUFS

4120

Quantity Food Procurement
and  Production

3

NUFS

4110

Advanced Nutrition

3

NUFS

3110

Food Science

3

MGMT

3010

Management and Organizations

3

 

 

 

16

Senior Year

NUFS

3830

Assessment, Behavior Change and Counseling

3

FERM

4330

Consumer Education

3

NUFS

4520

Food Service Systems

3

FACS

4600

Field Experience in Nutrition

2

NUFS

3350

Life Span Nutrition

3

 

 

 

14

ECFS

4630

Family Relationships

3

NUTR

4530

Medical Nutrition Therapy

4

FACS

4500

Senior Project

3

DIGN

2200

Sustainable Design

3

 

 

Elective

3

 

 

 

16

 

For Students Admitted Before the Fall 2014 Semester

Suggested Four Year Plan

FALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER
Freshman Year
DIGN 2010 3
ENGL 1010 3
MATH 1110 3
NUFS 1110 4
SAHE 1000 1
 
14
CHEM 1110, 1111 4
ENGL 1020 3
FACS 1010 1
HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3
HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3
 
14
Sophomore Year
BIOL 2210, 2211 4
CHEM 1120, 1121 4
ENGL 2010-2018 3
PSYC 2010 3
HIST 2010  3 
 
17
BIOL 2220, 2221 or  

ELECTIVES*

4
COMM 2200 3
ECON 2010 3
HIST 2020 3
NUFS 2110 3
 
16
Junior Year
CHEM 2010, 2011 4
MGMT 3010 3
NUFS 3120 3
NUFS 3130 3
PSYC 2180 or  
ELECTIVE* 3

 

16
BIOL 2400 or 2401 4
ELECTIVE (3000-4000 level) or  

CHEM 3410, 3411

4
NUFS 3110 3
NUFS 4120 3
 
14
Senior Year
FACS 4500 3
FERM 4330 3
NUFS 3330 3
NUFS 4110 3
NUFS 4520 3
 
15
ECFS 4630 3
ELECTIVES* (3000-4000 level) or NUFS 4530 + 2 hours
FACS 3710 3
FACS 4600** 2
 
14

* Students wishing to meet requirements for the Dietetics Program must replace electives with the following courses: BIOL 2220, 2221, CHEM 3410 and lab, NUFS 4530, and PSYC 2180.

** Summer only.

 

Undergraduate Concentration Courses

NUFS 1110 Food Principles and Meal Management
NUFS 2110 Elementary Nutrition
NUFS 3110 Food Science
NUFS 3120 Nutrition in the Global Community
NUFS 3130 Foodservice Equipment and Cost Control
NUFS 3350 Life Span Nutrition
NUFS 3330 Maternal and Child Nutrition
NUFS 3830 Assessment Behavior Change and Counseling
NUFS 4110 Advanced Nutrition
NUFS 4120 Quantity Food Procurement and Production
NUFS 4520 Foodservice Systems Management
NUFS 4530 Medical Nutrition Therapy
FACS 3500 Professional Ethics and Conduct
FACS 4600 Field Experiences in Food Service/Nutrition






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