Advanced Clinical Nutrition Minor

College of Health Sciences and Education

For information contact Darci Brown, MSPAS

This minor allows the undergraduate science student the opportunity to explore the value of nutrition science. This is ideal for future physician assistant students, future medical students, or anyone interested in becoming a certified nutrition specialist.

The requirements are as follows:

CHM 243 Organic Chemistry I (4 credits)

CHM 244 Organic Chemistry II (4 credits)

CHM 353 Biochemistry I (3 credits)

And, three courses from:

PA 501 Foundations in Nutrition (4 credits)

PA 502 Advanced Nutrition Assessment (3 credits)

PA 503 Advanced Micronutrients ( 4 credits)

PA 504 Medical Nutrition Therapeutics ( 5 credits)