Students who graduate from the human nutrition and food concentration will be prepared to pursue careers in human nutrition, the food industry, or to pursue graduate degrees.
Completion of this degree requires a minimum of 120 credit hours that include a) University Studies requirements (USP), b) departmental core curriculum, and c) specific courses for this concentration. Courses should be selected in consultation with a student’s advisor to enhance the student’s educational experience and to ensure fulfillment of upper division course requirements (42 credit hours overall with 30 taken from UW).
University Studies Program Requirements
Students must complete the following USP requirements that are not incorporated into the requirements for this concentration: