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Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) – B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) – B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)

Dietetics Major

Dietetics Major

Academic Advising Coordinator
  • Sandy Phillips, M.Sc., R.D.
  • School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition

Nutrition Major

Nutrition Major

Academic Advising Coordinator
  • Kristine G. Koski, Ph.D., R.D. (U.S.)
  • School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition

About the B.Sc. (Nutritional Sciences) Program

About the B.Sc. (Nutritional Sciences) Program

Freshman Adviser
  • Professor Alice Cherestes
  • Macdonald-Stewart Building, Room1-023
  • Telephone: 514-398-7980

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) - Major Dietetics (115 credits)

The Dietetics Major, which includes a 40-week internship (Stage) as part of its degree requirements, is a professional program that leads to membership in a provincial regulatory body and professional licensure as a dietitian/nutritionist. Graduates are qualified for challenging professional and leadership positions related to food and health, as dietitians, ...

For more information, see Major Dietetics (115 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) – Major Nutrition – Food Function and Safety (90 credits)

Revision, August 2011. Start of revision. This Major offers a core emphasis on the scientific fundamentals of nutrition and metabolism throughout the lifespan from the molecular to the organismal level. The concentration in food function and safety covers the ranges from health effects of phytochemicals and food toxicants, food chemistry and analysis, food ...

For more information, see Major Nutrition - Food Function and Safety (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) – Major Nutrition – Global Nutrition (90 credits)

Revision, August 2011. Start of revision. This Major offers a core emphasis on the scientific fundamentals of nutrition and metabolism throughout the lifespan from the molecular to the organismal level. The concentration in global nutrition emphasizes the importance of the interaction of nutrition, diet, water, environment and infection. This degree does not ...

For more information, see Major Nutrition - Global Nutrition (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) – Major Nutrition – Health and Disease (90 credits)

Revision, August 2011. Start of revision. New program. This Major offers a core emphasis on the scientific fundamentals of nutrition and metabolism throughout the lifespan. This concentration emphasizes the influence of diet and nutrition on human health and the pathophysiology of chronic disease. This degree does not lead to professional licensure as a ...

For more information, see Major Nutrition - Health and Disease (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) – Major Nutrition – Nutritional Biochemistry (90 credits)

Revision, August 2011. Start of revision. This Major offers a core emphasis on the scientific fundamentals of nutrition and metabolism throughout the lifespan from the molecular to the organismal level. This concentration in nutritional biochemistry links nutrigenomics, nutrigenetics, and biotechnology with human health, regulation of metabolism, and the ...

For more information, see Major Nutrition - Nutritional Biochemistry (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) – Major Nutrition – Sports Nutrition (90 credits)

Revision, August 2011. Start of revision. This Major offers a core emphasis on the scientific fundamentals of nutrition and metabolism throughout the lifespan from the molecular to the organismal level. The concentration in sports nutrition integrates the influence of exercise and physical activity on health and chronic disease prevention. This degree does not ...

For more information, see Major Nutrition - Sports Nutrition (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) – Related Programs

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) – Related Programs

Minor in Human Nutrition

Minor in Human Nutrition

Detailed information on this Minor can be found under Minor Human Nutrition (24 credits) in this publication.

Concurrent Bachelor of Science in Food Science – B.Sc.(F.Sc.) and Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences – B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.) – Food Science/Nutritional Science Major

Concurrent Bachelor of Science in Food Science – B.Sc.(F.Sc.) and Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences – B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.) – Food Science/Nutritional Science Major

Faculty of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences—2011-2012 (last updated Aug. 16, 2011) (disclaimer)