SPORTS NUTRITION MINOR

SUMMER & FALL 2018 OPTIONS

SUMMER REGISTRATION IS OPEN

IMPORTANT SUMMER SESSION DATES

Pre-Session - May 14 - June 2, 2018

Five Week - First - June 4 - July 5, 2018

Five Week - Second - July 9 - August 8, 2018

PRE-SESSION ONLINE OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition

SUMMER SESSION I ONLINE OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition

NSC 315 - Sports Nutrition

NSC 376 - Bioactive Compounds & Food Additives (Summer only course!)


MGMT 357 - Lifecycle of Elite Athletes

SUMMER SESSION II ONLINE OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition


ABE 270 - Intro to Biosensors & Mobile Health (Summer only course!)

FALL COURSE OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition

NSC 320 - Physical Activity & Health Promotion (email nscadvising)

NSC 315 - Sports Nutrition (1st session self-enroll; 2nd session email nscadvising)

NSC 415R/L - Advanced Sports Nutrition

NSC 497A - Applied Sports Nutrition Workshop

NSC 445* - Body Composition (Online 2nd 7-week session)


OTHER OPTIONS - For enrollment assistance into course outside of nutrition, please contact the respective department


MGMT 357 - Lifecycle of Elite Athletes


PHCL 422 - Human Performance Pharmacology


PSIO 420 - Exercise & Environmental Physiology


TLS 356 - Sports, Adolescents & Schools


*NSC 101 and PSIO 202 perquisite

IMPORTANT MINOR INFORMATION

  • 19 total NSC units are required for the minor
  • Complete NSC 101 prior to 300 level NSC courses required for the minor
  • Core Courses include: NSC 101, NSC 315, NSC 320 and NSC 415R/L
  • For enrollment assistance into courses outside of the department, you will need to contact that specific department

***NSC 320 has department consent for the fall. Please email nscadvising@email.arizona.edu for enrollment assistance.

SPORTS NUTRITION CLUB

The Sports Nutrition Club is a student run organization made up of students who are interested in the science of nutrition as it relates to athletes and athletic performance. Our mission is to study, apply and share evidence based sports nutrition knowledge and practices on the university campus and in the Tucson community. The SNC creates opportunities for students to broaden their sports nutrition knowledge through, group activities, guest speakers, and experiential learning. The SNC members will participate in campus and community sports, health, and fitness events, sports team talks, and other related activities. There will be one club meeting and one club activity each month that club members can attend.


https://nutrition.cals.arizona.edu/sports-nutrition-club