Jan 17, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition


Nutrition BS Four-Year Plan

FALL SPRING
First Year
CHEM 101 /CHEM 131 , CHEM 103 /CHEM 133  or CHEM 107  (4cr.) CHEM 102 /CHEM 132 CHEM 104 /CHEM 134  or CHEM 108  (4cr.) 
ENGL 110 - Seminar in Composition   ECON 100 - Economic Issues and Policies  or ECON 101 - Introduction to Microeconomics  
MATH 114 - College Mathematics and Statistics   SOCI 201 - Introduction to Sociology  
NTDT 103 - Introduction to Nutrition Professions   Free Elective (1/11)
NTDT 200 - Nutrition Concepts   Breadth Requirement (1/2)
UNIV 101 - First Year Experience I    
Credits: 15 Credits: 14
Second Year
BISC 205 - Biology for Health Sciences   ANFS 305 - Food Science  
CHEM 213 - Elementary Organic Chemistry   CHEM 214 - Elementary Biochemistry  
CHEM 215 - Elementary Organic Chemistry Laboratory   CHEM 216 - Elementary Biochemistry Laboratory  
NTDT 250 - Introduction to the Nutrition Care Process   NTDT 201 - Food Concepts  
Free Elective (2/11) PSYC 100 - General Psychology  
  Free Elective (3/11)
Credits: 14 Credits: 16
Third Year
NTDT 305 - Nutrition in the Lifespan    NTDT 390 - Research Methods in Nutrition   
NTDT 400 - Macronutrients   NTDT 401 - Micronutrients  
NTDT 300-level or higher Elective (1/3) Breadth Requirement (2/2)
Multicultural Requirement BUAD 309 - Organizational Behavior  
BISC 106 - Elementary Human Physiology  or BISC 276 - Human Physiology   Free Elective (4/11)
Credits: 15-16 Credits: 15
Fourth Year
NTDT 300-level or higher Elective (2/3) NTDT 300-level or higher Elective (3/3) 
NTDT 403 - Senior Nutrition Seminar  (Capstone) Discovery Learning Experience
Free Elective (5/11) Free Elective (9/11)
Free Elective (6/11) Free Elective (10/11)
Free Elective (7/11)  Free Elective (11/11)
Free Elective (8/11)   
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
Total Credits: 120
 
Disclaimer: Four-Year Plans are a Departmental suggestion of how a student could complete this degree in four years (eight semesters). Students may opt to take courses in the summer or winter sessions. These plans do not take into account additional requirements brought on by minors or other majors. A Four-Year Plan is subject to change from year-to-year given the resources and focuses of the Department.  It is the student’s responsibility to meet with his or her assigned advisor at least once a semester to monitor progress and ensure that he or she is on track to graduate on time. This document is intended as a supplemental advisement tool to be used in conjunction with in-person advisement and the UDSIS Degree Audit.  Students should direct any questions or concerns regarding degree progress to their advisor or Academic Assistant Dean.