BSc in Human Nutrition

General

Program Description

Established in 1998, the Department of Human Nutrition offers a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Human Nutrition.

It aims to graduate competent professionals in dietetics who have a strong foundation in biological sciences, applied nutrition sciences, research methodologies, and evidenced-based professional dietetic practice. Additionally, the department supports the development of professional competence in dietetics and duly prepares graduates for careers in clinical and community dietetics, health and wellness, public health, and foodservice management.   The current academic plan includes a supervised professional practice component that was launched in 2010. 

The BSc in Human Nutrition is an accredited program by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).

The program is dedicated to implementing education, research and outreach activities designed to promote a safe, nutritious, accessible, and affordable food that enhances human health. Students and faculty work together towards educating and disseminating information and in applying new knowledge to achieve the departmental mission. The program is available for females.

Admission

Admission requirements vary based on the application type (new, transfer, visiting or non-degree applicants). Please contact us for further information about admission requirements.

Last updated Apr 2020

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