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School of Sciences, Sustainability, and Health

The Nutrition Minor provides course offerings that will enable students to learn about the discipline of nutrition and its relationship to the health and wellness of individuals and groups, and quality of life. The minor will provide students with the opportunity to broaden and deepen their skill sets to optimize career paths. The program provides a curriculum with a strong scientific foundation that emphasizes evidence-based practice, research, and cultural competency.

Minor Requirements

20 credits

Core Courses

  • INPH 175 Essentials of Nutrition Science
  • PH 215 Nutrition Science and Application
  • PH 216 Food Culture and Community Nutrition
  • PH 318 Nutrition Throughout the Lifespan

In addition, choose one elective from the following:

  • HP 344 Sports Nutrition
  • IIPH 350 Women and Health
  • IIPH 445 Human Sexuality
  • ISPH 285 Health in Society
  • PH 310 Food Science
  • PH 330 Resiliency for Well-Being
  • PH 380 Addiction: Theory, Practice and Research