Nutrition & Food Sciences majors study food, its effects on the body, and how certain foods can improve health and decrease disease. Students also learn techniques about research, development, processing, evaluation, packaging, and distribution of foods.
Gain the knowledge necessary to take the exam to become a registered dietician. Registered dietitians provide expertise in nutrition and food service management in a variety of settings.
Food Science and Technology
This curriculum follows the National Institute of Food Technologists guidelines to provide a strong basic foundation for the study of post-production properties and processing of food products.
Nutrition, Health, and Society
This concentration will prepare you for a career in the health professions, specifically dietetics or medicine, or in the food industry.
This concentration will prepare you for a career in the health professions, specifically dietetics or medicine, or in the food industry. Since nutrition plays a role in the prevention and treatment of many chronic and acute diseases, an understanding of the role of nutrients in the body provides pre-medical students with a strong basis for building their medical careers.
Bachelor of Science
Dietician, food scientist, nutritionist, sustainability specialist, wellness coordinator