BS Nutrition Dietetics Hospitality Foods and Nutrition

Fall 2017

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: Nutrition, Dietetics, & Hospitality Administration
Concentration: Food & Nutrition

General Education Core Curriculum

Communication - 6 Hours:

ENGL 1301 - Composition I

Select one from:

  • COMM 1315 - Public Speaking I
  • COMM 1321 - Business and Professional Speech
  • DSDE 1371 - ASL I
  • FREN 1311 - Beginning French I
  • SPAN 1311 - Beginning Spanish I

Mathematics - 3 Hours:

MATH 1314 - College Algebra (Non Calculus Track)

Life and Physical Sciences* - 6 Hours From:

BIOL 1406 - General Biology I (Majors)

BIOL 1407 - General Biology II (Majors)

GEOL 1403 - Geology I: Physical Geology

GEOL 1404 - Geology II: Historical Geology

PHYS 1401 - College Physics I

PHYS 1402 - College Physics II

PHYS 1405 - Elementary Physics I

PHYS 1407 - Elementary Physics II

PHYS 1411 - Introduction to Astronomy

PHYS 2425 - University Physics I

PHYS 2426 University Physics II

Language, Philosophy and Culture - 3 Hours From:

ENGL 2300 - Close Reading II

ENGL 2310 - British Literature Before 1800

ENGL 2320 - British Literature After 1800

ENGL 2322 - British Literature

ENGL 2326 - American Literature

ENGL 2331 - World Literature

ENGL 2371 - Masterworks of Asian Literature

ENGL 2376 - African American Literature

Creative Arts - 3 Hours From:

ARTS 1301 - Art Appreciation

ARTS 1303 - Art History I

COMM 1375 - Film Appreciation

DANC 2304 - Dance Appreciation

MUSI 1306 - Music Appreciation

MUSI 1310 - History of Rock and Roll

PHIL 1330 - Arts and Ideas

THEA 1310 - Introduction to Theatre

American History - 6 Hours From:

HIST 1301 - US History I 1763-1877

HIST 1302 - US History II Since 1877

HIST 2301 - Texas History

Government/Political Science - 6 Hours:

POLS 2301 - Introduction to American Government I

POLS 2302 - Introduction to American Government II

Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 Hours:

BULW 1370 - Business Environment and Public Policy

INEN 2373 - Engineering Economics

PSYC 2301 - General Psychology

SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology

ECON 1301 - Principles and Policies

ECON 2301 - Principles of Economics I Macro

ECON 2302 - Principles of Economics II Micro

Component Area Option - 6 Hours:

*Additional 2 hours from lab sciences applied here

One From:

  • BUAL 2310 - Business Analysis I
  • INEN 2301 - Applications of Quantitative Methods
  • MATH 1342 - Statistics
  • PSYC 2317 - Introduction to Statistical Methods

One From:

  • HNRS 2160 - Scholarship Development Seminar
  • LIBR 1101 - Introduction to Library Research
  • LMAR 1101 - University Success Seminar


Required Courses for Major

Family and Consumer Sciences Core - 6 Hours:

FCSC 3301 - Human Well-being: Individual, Family, Community, World

FCSC 4301 - Senior Seminar Professional Development

Program Core - 6 Hours:

FCSC 1315 - Food Preparation and Meal Management

FCSC 1322 - Nutrition and Diet

Foods and Nutrition Core - 24 Hours:

FCSC 3320 - Advanced Nutrition

FCSC 3328 - Community Nutrition

FCSC 3330 - Nutritional Biochemistry

FCSC 4300 - Medical Nutrition Therapy

FCSC 4307 - Nutrition Through Life Cycle

FCSC 4317 - Nutrition Education and Counseling



Elective Courses

Emphasis Area:

18 Hours in a Specified Emphasis Area - at least 15 hours must be Upper-Level



Other

Supporting Courses - 24 Hours:

BIOL 2401 - Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL 2402 - Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL 2420 - Microbiology

NURS 1373 - Basic Pathophysiology

MGMT 3310 - Principles of Organizational Behavior and Management

One From:

  • CHEM 1306/1106 - Chemistry for Allied Health Sciences
  • CHEM 1311/1111 - General Chemistry I

One From:

  • CHEM 1308/1108 - Biochemistry for Allied Health Sciences
  • CHEM 1312/1112 - General Chemistry II

Approved Course - 1 Hour

Hours

120