NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES MINOR

WINTER REGISTRATION BEGINS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH

WINTER SESSION DATES

Winter session: December 18th - January 9th

WINTER ONLINE OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition (Will be added to schedule of classes within the next few weeks)


NSC 255 - Food & Culture (Tier II INDV)

SPRING 2018 OFFERINGS

NSC 101 - Intro to Human Nutrition


NSC 255 - Food & Culture


NSC 301 - Nutrition & the Life Cycle


NSC 308 - Nutrition & Metabolism (Requires NSC 101, CHEM 152 and MCB 181R)


NSC 353 - Fundamentals of Food Science & Food Safety (Tier II NATS)


*If minor courses are closed, you will need to monitor UAccess for a seat to open up. There are no wait lists.

MEDITERRANEAN DIET & HEALTH - NSC 455

SUMMER STUDY ABROAD APPLICATION NOW OPEN - DEADLINE FEB 25TH

Mediterranean Diet and Health Program

The 6-credit lecture program (open also to Honors students) provides an opportunity to learn about the beneficial and protective effects of the Mediterranean Diet against chronic diseases (ex. cancer, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, etc) and is led by Dr. Donato Romagnolo, Professor from the Department of Nutritional Sciences, at The University of Arizona. On-site activities in Italy include presentations and cooking classes with local chefs; nutritional assessment of Mediterranean diet and recipes; guided tours to agricultural, and food production shops and laboratories; and tours of historic sites. Cooking classes will be held in a 15th century palace in historic downtown of Verona, home of Shakespeare’s script Romeo and Juliet. More details can be found on the program website.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION:
https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/mediterranean-diet-and-health

MAKE IT COUNT!

All 6 units earned on this study abroad trip can be used towards your nutritional sciences minor.
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