Why Study Nutrition at Simmons University?
A Minor in Nutrition at Simmons University helps prepare students to be advocates for healthy lifestyles through a foundational understanding of food and the human body and how the two interact.
A minor in nutrition consists of the following courses:
|Food and Culinary Science
|Fundamentals of Nutrition Science
|Introduction to Nutrition Science
|International Nutrition Issues
|Sociocultural Implications of Nutrition
Two additional NUTR courses at the 200-level or above
Students declaring a minor in nutrition and must attain a minimum grade of C for each of the above courses to qualify for minoring in nutrition.
Associate Professor, Nutrition Co-Chair, and Director of the Dietetic Internship Program
Professor of Practice and Assistant Director of the Dietetic Internship Program
Professor, Nutrition Co-Chair, and Director of Didactic Program in Dietetics