Associate degrees can enhance educational credentials, expand occupational opportunities, and provide deeper knowledge of a chosen subject area. These programs are available from a wide variety of institutions of higher education located around the world.
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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to: identify core concepts of natural and physical sciences, including Microbiology, Human Physiology, Chemistry, and Statistics; identify the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, research methods, core empirical findings, and historic trends in Psychology; etc.[+]
Nutrition and Food Sciences Program Counseling and Advising: (530) 895-2378 Transfer Counseling Center: (530) 895-2264 Transfer information: www.assist.org Department Office: AHPS 251 (530) 895-2542 Brenda Stagner, Chair (530) 895-2923
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The transfer major listed here partially reflects requirements for CSU, Chico. Students planning to transfer should contact a counselor for more information on program and transfer requirements. Comparable Nutrition and Food Sciences programs are also available at CSU, Fresno, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Northridge, Cal Poly Pomona, Sacramento and San Francisco. To obtain an Associate's degree, students must complete both the major requirements and the graduation requirements listed in this catalog. Note that some courses have a prerequisite (P), corequisite (C), or both (P/C). Prerequisites and corequisites are listed within each course description in that catalog. Transfer majors designated as AA-T or AS-T are designed for transfer to a similar major at an unspecified CSU. Transfer majors designated as AA or AS are designed for transfer to the corresponding major at a specific CSU and are based on articulation. See a counselor for more information. Read about the difference between these types of degrees at the beginning of the Transfer section of this catalog.... [-]