All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

Math Placement (if test score less than or equal to 6, take MATH 009; if equal to or greater than 7, take MATH 019)3
NFS 043Fundamentals of Nutrition3
NFS 044Survey of the Field1
NFS 053Basic Concepts of Foods0 or 3
NFS 073D2:SU:Farm to Table: Food Sys3
NFS 143Nutrition in the Life Cycle3
NFS 153Principles of Food Technology3
NFS 154Principles Food Technology Lab1
NFS 187Intro to Biochemistry: Lab1
NFS 203Food Microbiology3
NFS 213Food Microbiology Lab1
NFS 243Advanced Nutrition3
NFS 295Advanced Special Topics (NFS SENIOR CAPSTONE )1-18
In consultation with the student's academic advisor, select 4 additional NFS courses, at least 2 of which must be at the 200-level12
NFS 050
Cheese and Culture
NFS 254
Global Food Safety
NFS 063
D2:Obesity:What,Why,What to Do
NFS 113
U.S. Food Policy and Politics
NFS 114
Human Health in the Food Syst
NFS 163
Sports Nutrition
NFS 195
Intermediate Special Topics (when the topic is Deadly Food: Outbreak Investigations)
NFS 205
Functional Foods:Prncpl & Tech
NFS 223
Nutrition Educ & Counseling
NFS 244
Nutr in Hlth & Disease Prevntn
NFS 250
Foodservice Systems
NFS 260
Diet and Disease
NFS 262
Community Nutrition
NFS 283
HACCP: Theory & Application
NFS 295
Advanced Special Topics (when the topic is Food Composition and Analysis)
NFS 295
Advanced Special Topics (when the topic is Nutrition for Global Health)
NFS 295
Advanced Special Topics (when the topic is Experimental Research and Nutrition)
BIOC 263
Nutritional Biochemistry
ANTH 021D2: SU: Cultural Anthropology (fulfills the Category Two Diversity requirement)3

Note: Students wishing to apply to Medical, Naturopathic, Chiropractic, Osteopathic, Dental or Graduate School should take: CHEM 031 and CHEM 141 (in place of  CHEM 023 and CHEM 042), plus use electives to take CHEM 032 and CHEM 142, BIOL 001 & BIOL 002, PHYS 011 & PHYS 012, or equivalent, plus lab PHYS 021 & PHYS 022MATH 019 & MATH 020 or MATH 021 & MATH 022 are optional depending on the school.

Students planning to attend medical or graduate school should have biology (one year), chemistry (two years), and physics (one year). One year of calculus is also recommended.

For more information about the University Approved Diversity requirement, see the Degree Requirements in the Academic Information section of the Catalogue.