The Specialization in Foods and Nutrition prepares students for possible employment in foods and nutrition related areas such as food production and distribution industries, institutional and community health services, hospitality and pharmaceutical industries, education and volunteer agencies.
Graduates also may pursue advanced study in areas such as Community Development, Education, Child Care and Development, and Food Service Management.
Students are encouraged to seek academic counselling early in the program, especially if they intend to combine the Specialization with a Major or Minor in a complementary field.
Completion of first year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 68% in the following 4.0 courses:
Chemistry 1050 or the former 1020 or 023
Foods and Nutrition 1030E or the former 025a/b and Human Ecology 022F/G
Business Administration 1220
Computer Science 1032A/B or 1033A/B
4.0 courses: Foods and Nutrition 2232, 2235A/B, 2241A/B, 3342A/B, 3344A/B, 3348A/B, 3351A/B, or Human Ecology 2222F/G.
1.0 course: Human Ecology 2266F/G, 3349A/B.
0.5 course: Chemistry 2213A/B.
1.0 course: Physiology 2130.
2.0 courses from: Foods and Nutrition 3339A/B, 3342A/B, 3361A/B, 3364A/B, 3373A/B, 4449A/B, 4452A/B, 4458A/B, 4471A/B, 4486A/B, the former Foods and Nutrition 4439A/B, Human Ecology 3330A/B, 3338A/B, 3343A/B.
0.5 course from Biology 2217B, 2485B or Biochemistry 2280A.