Aug 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Bulletin 
  
2018-2019 Bulletin

Public Health Nutrition, B.S.


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The Undergraduate Program and Public Health Nutrition (UPPHN) provide students with skills in: i) core knowledge-chemistry, biochemistry, nutrigenomics, biology and microbiology; ii) developing community programs to promote optimal nutrition and good health; iii) working with special groups at risk for disease; and iv) evaluating lifestyle, environmental, and psychological issues related to nutrition and health. The developed curriculum will prepare students to serve in public health related fields. The program is also designed to provide students with practical experiences in data collection related to chronic disease morbidities (cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, etc.) and to formulate nutrition based solutions. Career opportunities are available in most public health facilities throughout the United States.

First Year


Second Year


Third Year


Total: 17


Spring


Total: 15


Total: 71-103


Fourth Year


Notes:


1-3 Represents the General Education Requirement
1 Humanities: Communication, Art, Music, Literature, Philosophy;
2 Social /Behavorial Sciences: Economics, History, Political Sciences, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology
3 Natural Sciences/Math: Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Mathematics
Revised: June 29, 2016

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