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  Nov 21, 2017
 
Samford University Catalog 2016-2017 Academic Year [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Foods and Nutrition Major (B.S.)


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The foods and nutrition major will allow students to plan a degree program based upon career goals. Students will develop a basic knowledge in foods and nutrition and may combine this base with a related field or discipline such as health, wellness, fitness, culinary arts, food service, journalism, business and marketing or communications. In addition to academic coursework, the students will have opportunities in hands-on laboratory classes and externships, and are encouraged in volunteer, service-based learning activities.

Required Courses


University Core Curriculum: 22 Credits


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General Education Requirements: 29-30 Credits


Foods and Nutrition Major: 50 Credits


Required Minor or Cognate: 20 Credits


General Electives: 6-7 Credits


Total Required Credits: 128


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