This degree combines skills in culinary arts and wellness nutrition management. In addition to academic coursework, students have opportunities for hands-on foods and science labs, research, and directed practicum experience. Students will be highly encouraged to volunteer, engage in service-based learning activities, and seek work experience in their chosen field. This degree meets the needs for non-dietetic nutritionists who wish to pursue culinary and wellness nutrition careers with competitive knowledge, skills, and experience.
General Education - University Core Curriculum: 22 Credits
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General Education - Distribution Areas: 20 Credits