BS in Nutrition (Nutritional Sciences)
TWU students who major in BS in Nutrition (Nutritional Sciences) take courses in nutrition, bionutrition, community nutrition, research and chemistry. Students with this degree are encouraged to seek advanced degrees (MS, PhD) to prepare them for careers in research or college/university education. The addition of other recommended courses can prepare students for entry into medical, dental or Physical Therapy Schools.
Nutrition research laboratories enable students to obtain hands-on experience with research projects using state-of-the-art analytical equipment. A sensory lab helps students in food science classes learn about aspects of flavor, texture, and color of food. Food laboratories emphasize food product development and quality analysis. Computer labs allow students to use software for nutrient analysis and food service management applications.
BS in Nutrition (Nutritional Sciences) program suggested course sequence
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