Oct 15, 2018  
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Family and Consumer Sciences: Food and Nutrition Accelerated Baccalaureate/Master's


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Curriculum Requirements


Students must have senior status (90 credit hours) and a GPA of 3.0 of higher. Students who are eligible for the program will be identified in the junior year. The student must also have earned a grade of “A” or “B” on all natural science courses in the Dietetic Internship Program (DIP) track. 

Four- Year Curriculum Plan


Accelerated BS to MS in Nutrition 

 

Freshman Year
Fall Semester

ENG 1110 English Composition I ( 3 )  

MFL 1192 Elementary (Critical Language) II ( 3 )  

SOCI 2100 Principles of Sociology  or PSY 2100 General Psychology ( 3 )  

UNIV 1100 First Year Seminar ( 2 )  

FCSC 1000 Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences ( 3 )  

Spring Semester

ENG 1210 English Composition II ( 3 )  

*MATH 1200 College Algebra and Trigonometry II ( 3 )  

HEDU 1531 Health ( 2 )  

*BIOL 1300 Molecules and Cell Function ( 4 )  

*FOOD 2200 Introduction to Human Nutrition ( 3 )  

Sophomore Year
Fall Semester

*FOOD 2320 Intermediate Nutrition ( 3 )  

*CHEM 1100 General Chemistry I ( 4 )  

*FOOD 2210 Sanitation and Safety ( 2 )  

*BIOL 1610 Human Anatomy and Physiology I ( 4 )  

Computer Elective (3)

Spring Semester 

HIST 1320 World Societies ( 3 )  

*CHEM 1200 General Chemistry II ( 4 )  

*BIOL 1620 Human Anatomy and Physiology II ( 4 )  

*FOOD 2330 Experimental Food Preparation & Science ( 3 )  

*FOOD 2331 Experimental Food Preparation & Science Laboratory ( 3 )  

Junior Year
Fall Semester

HUM 2410 Arts & Humanities I  or HUM 2420 Arts & Humanities II ( 3 )  

*CHEM 3100 Organic Chemistry I ( 3 )  

*FOOD 3340 Intermediate Meal Management ( 4 )  

*ACCT 2400 Principles of Accounting I ( 3 )  

FCSC 4200 Family and Social Systems ( 3 )  

Spring Semester

HUM GEC Requirements (3)

*Statistics(3)

PEDU 1541 Fitness ( 2 )  

*FOOD 3520 Institutional Management and Organization ( 3 )  

FCSC 4900 Senior Seminar in Human Sciences ( 3 )  

*FOOD 4210 Life Cycle Nutrition ( 3 )  

Senior Year
Fall Semester

*FOOD 3210 Clinical Assessment and Counseling ( 3 )  

*FOOD 4600 Clinical Nutrition I ( 3 )  

*+FCSG 5600 Advance Nutrition(3) (Graudate course)

FCSG 5800 Research in Food & Nutrition (3) (Graduate course)

Spring Semester

*FOOD 4630 Clinical Nutrition II ( 3 )  

*FOOD 4660 Clinical Nutrition Practicum ( 2 )  

*FOOD 4620 Selected Topics in Nutrition ( 2 )  

*+FCSG 5640 Public Health Nutrition(3) (Graduate course)

*+FCSG 5720 Advanced Nutrition (3) (Graduate)

Year 5 Graduate Year
Summer Session

Statistic Requirement (3)

Cognate Requirement (3)

Graduate Year
Fall Semester

Select any 3 Nutrition Concentration Courses: (all 3 credits)

FCSG 5130 Life Cycle

FCSG 5140 Special Problems in Dietetics

FCSG 5160 Applied Medical Nutrition Therapy

FCSG 5630 Sports Nutrition

FCSG 5740: Pediatric Nutrition

FCSG 5830 Special Problems in Nutrition

Spring Semester

FCSG 5810 Dietetic Internship (6)or

FCSG 5850 Internship (6)**

 

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDIT HOURS:  120

 

Distribution of Hours                                                                           

*    General Education Curriculum (GEC)                     -   38                       

+    Family & Consumer Sciences Required Courses      -   12

=    Foods & Nutrition Required Courses                     -   46 ^

%   Non-departmental Required Courses                    -   21 

&   Electives                                                             -     3

 

^ this 46 credits includes 12 graduate credit hours

 (MS) = Mini Session; (SI) = Speaking Intensive; (WI) = Writing Intensive

•MATH 1100 may be taken in lieu of EDU 3700

•Students must be 80% proficient on the Competency Exam to obtain a Verification Statement.  Additionally, all N & D students must pass nutrition, sciences & business courses with a minimum grade of “C”.

•Suggested Electives:

          CHEM 3120 Organic Chemistry II; CHEM 3310 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2); PEDU 4110 Kinesiology (3), PEDU 4120 Physiology of Exercise (3), BIOL 3100 Genetics (4), BIOL 4200 Introduction to Biostatistics (3); PSY 4121 Adolescent              Psychology

 

 

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