NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES MINOR
* SUMMER OPTIONS * COURSE SYLLABI * SUMMER AID *
SUMMER REGISTRATION IS OPEN
IMPORTANT SUMMER SESSION DATES
Pre-session: May 14 - June 2
Session 1: June 4 - July 5
Session 2: July 9 - August 8
PRE-SESSION ONLINE OFFERINGS
NSC 255 - Food & Culture (Tier II INDV)
SUMMER SESSION I ONLINE OFFERINGS
NSC 310 - Principles of Human Nutrition in Health and Disease (Tier II NATS)
NSC 315 - Sports Nutrition
NSC 353 - Fundamentals of Food Science & Food Safety (Tier II NATS)
NSC 376 - Bioactive Compounds & Food Additives
SUMMER SESSION II ONLINE OFFERINGS
NSC 301 - Nutrition & the Life Cycle
NSC 375 - Diet, Genes & Disease (Tier II NATS)
NEW TIER I INDIVIDUALS & SOCITIES COURSE
Per the UA, we cannot use this Tier I gen-ed to meet minor requirements, but it is a great option to complete a gen-ed if you are interested in this topic!
UA SUMMER GRANT!
Summer 2018 Financial Aid
To be reviewed/awarded for Summer 2018 Financial Aid:
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) will automatically review students who meet the following criteria for Summer Financial Aid:
- Student is enrolled in at least 1 summer unit*
- Student does not have a May 2018 Graduation Check-Out on file
- Student has an official 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on record with the University of Arizona (UA)
*Minimum enrollment requirement for Summer Financial Aid
- Undergraduate - 6 units
*OSFA recommends that students be enrolled in all intended summer classes no later than May 1st in order to be accurately awarded with Summer Financial Aid. Summer Financial Aid will be awarded based on the student's current enrollment, at the time the student is awarded.
View more information here: https://financialaid.arizona.edu/types-of-aid/summer
NSC FEATURED COURSE
SUMMER ONLY - NSC 376
BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS & FOOD ADDITIVES
Does cinnamon influence blood sugar?
Does black pepper affect fat cell production?
Do artificial food dyes cause hyperactive behavior?
Can broccoli help prevent cancer?
These examples represent compounds that are frequently consumed, yet rarely discussed.
Bioactive food compounds (BAFC) are components in food that have biological activity in the body, yet have no disease associated with their absence.
Food additives are usually meant to affect a food quality, but by proxy can also have biological effects on the body.