A Minor in Food and Nutrition is now available to BSc students at StFX!
Eating well not only promotes health but also contributes to a vibrant economy and a sustainable planet. StFX nutrition grads are making a difference in communities, industries, and organizations across Canada and beyond. Complete the Nutrition Minor to learn how you can take part.
The Minor in Food and Nutrition will be of interest of students pursuing health-related careers such medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, dentistry, health promotion, education, epidemiology or other related fields.
Degree Structure: BSc Minor in Food and Nutrition (24 credits)
The BSc Minor in Food and Nutrition is composed of 24 credits, to include 9 credits of required courses and 15 credits of HNU electives.
Core required courses (9 credits):
HNU 142 Introduction to Food and Health*
HNU 242 Foundations of Nutrition Science*
HNU 262 Principles of Nutrition in Human Metabolism*
*HNU 142, 242 and 262 are also available as Distance Education courses from StFX
HNU electives (choose any 15 credits from):
HNU 145 Introduction to Foods
HNU 146 Introduction to Food Science
HNU 351 Nutritional Assessment
HNU 352 Nutrition in Chronic Disease Prevention & Management
HNU 356 Introduction to Food Service & Quantity Food Production
HNU 365 Community Nutrition
HNU 366 Maternal and Child Nutrition
HNU 363 Sport Nutrition
HNU 405 Food Availability
HNU 421 Food and Nutrition for Global Health Equity
HNU 425 Nutrition in Aging
HNU 328 Functional Foods
HNU 445 Food Product Development
HNU 461 Nutrition in Metabolic Disease
HNU 471 Entrepreneurial Practices for Nutrition Professionals
Suggested areas of focus for the Food and Nutrition Minor may include:
Nutrition Science: 351, 352, 363, 366, 425, 461
Population Health & Policy: 365, 405, 421
Food & Industry: 145, 146, 328, 445, 456, 471
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or an Academic Advisor.