Degree Requirements

120 semester credits required for graduation

University Requirements in Integrative Studies

Total Credits: 29

All of the following courses:
CourseCredit
IAH – Arts & Humanities IAH 201-210 (choice) 4
IAH – Arts & Humanities IAH 211-241 (choice) 4
ISS – Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences ISS 200-level 4
ISS – Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences ISS 300 level 4
*Alternative Track to ISB and ISP (Total credits in Integrative Studies in Biological and Physical Sciences) 9
Tier I Writing WRA 110-150 (choice) 4

Tier II Writing is completed in Professional Courses with HNF 464 and FSC 455

 

*Students enrolled in the Nutritional Sciences major complete an alternative track to Integrative Studies in Biological and Physical Sciences with CEM 141 or 151, 161, 162, and PSL 310 or 431, fulfilled in the major.

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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Requirements

 

One of the following (3 credits):
EC 201  - Introduction to Microeconomics

3

EC 201  - Introduction to Macroeconomics 3

Mathematics requirement: met by Department Core Requirements

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Major Requirements

Professional Courses

Credits: 21-23

CourseCredit
Complete all of the following courses (19 credits):  
FSC 211 -  Principles of Food Science 3
FSC 455 – Food and Nutrition Laboratory 3
HNF 260 – Principles of Human Nutrition 3
HNF 461 – Advanced Human Nutrition:  Carbohydrates, Lipids & Proteins 3
HNF 462 - Advanced Human Nutrition:  Vitamins and Minerals 3
HNF 464 – Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease 4
Complete one of the following courses (2-4 credits):
HNF 375 - Community Nutrition

2

HNF 406 - Sociocultural Aspects of Food 3
HNF 471 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I 4

 Supporting Discipline Courses

Credits: 42-46

Complete the following courses:
CourseCredit
CEM 141 – General Chemistry or 4
CEM 151 – General and Descriptive Chemistry or 4
CEM 181H – Honors Chemistry I 4
   
CEM 142 – General and Inorganic Chemistry or 3
CEM 152 – Principles of Chemistry or 3
CEM 182H – Honors Chemistry II 3
   
CEM 161 – Chemistry Laboratory I or 1
CEM 185H – Honors Chemistry Laboratory I 2
   
CEM 162 – Chemistry Laboratory II or 1
CEM 186H – Honors Chemistry Laboratory II 2
   
CEM 251 – Organic Chemistry I 3
CEM 252 – Organic Chemistry II 3
CEM 255 – Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2
BS 161 – Cells and Molecules 3
BS I71  – Cells and Molecules Biology Laboratory 2
PHY 231 – Introductory Physics I 3
PHY 232 – Introductory Physics II 3
PHY 251 – Introductory Physics Laboratory I 1
PHY 252 – Introductory Physics Laboratory II 1
MMG 301 – Introductory Microbiology 3
MMG 302 – Introductory Microbiology Laboratory 1
   
BMB 401 – Comprehensive Biochemistry or 4
BMB 461 – Advanced Biochemistry I and 3
BMB 462 – Advanced Biochemistry II  
PSL 310 - Physiology for Pre-Health Professionals or
4
PSL 431 – Human Physiology I and 3
PSL 432 – Human Physiology II 3

Complete one (with PSL 431/432) or two (with PSL 310) of the following courses:

Credits: 3-8

CourseCredit
ANTR 350 – Human Gross Anatomy for Pre-Health Professionals 3
CEM 262 – Quantitative Analysis 3
MMG 409 – Eukaryotic Cell Biology 3
PHM 350 – Introductory Human Pharmacology 3
ZOL 341 – Fundamental Genetics 4
ZOL 408 – Histology 4

Select one of the following options (A or B)

Credits: 6-7

Option A:
CourseCredit
MTH 124 – Survey of Calculus I and 3
One of the following courses:  
MTH 126 – Survey of Calculus II 3
STT 201 – Statistical Methods 4
STT 231 – Statistics for Scientists 3
STT 421 – Statistics I 3
Option B:
CourseCredit
MTH 132 – Calculus I and 3
One of the following courses:  
MTH 133 – Calculus II 4
STT 201 – Statistical Methods 4
STT 231 – Statistics for Scientists 3
STT 421 – Statistics I 3