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Course Number

Course Title

Offered

Required?

Credits

Special Consideration

NUTR 300

Nutrition for Today

A,W

yes

3

 

NUTR 302

Food Studies: Harvest to Health

Sp

yes

3

Prerequisite Nutr 300

NUTR 303

Neighborhood Nutrition

W

yes

3

Prerequisite Nutr 300

NUTR 490

Nutrition Seminar

W

yes

1

Although NUTR 490 may be offered more than one quarter, currently only the W offering meets the Undegraduate Nutrition Seminar requirement

NUTR 405

Physical Activity in Health and Disease

Sp

No

3

Prerequisite: either BIOL 118 (Survey of Physiology) or BIOL 220 (Introductory Biology)

NUTR 406

Sports Nutrition

Sp

No

3

Prerequisite: Nutr 300

NUTR 411

Topics in Advanced Nutrition

Sp

No

2

Prerequisite Nutr 300, can take NUTR 511 in A but need to have strong science background. Talk to instructor for details.

NUTR 412 United States Food and Nutrition Policy A No 3 Prerequisite: Nutr 300

NUTR 441

Molecular Gastronomy: Chemistry and Culinology of Food

W, S - Online course available through PCE Only*

No

3

* Professional and Continuing Education Course fees are separate from regular tuition. Registration is through PCE--Recommended prerequisites: general and organic chemistry

NUTR 446

Food Safety and Health

W

No

3

 

NUTR 465/BIO A 465

Nutritional Anthropology

Currently Unavailable

No

3

Prerequisite: BIO A 201 (Principles of Biological Anthropology)

ANTH 361

Anthropology of Food

A (per ANTH department)

No

5

Prerequisite: one 200-level ANTH course

ENV H 441

Food Protection

W

No

3

Prerequisite: either 2.0 in CHEM 155, or 2.0 in CHEM 162, or 2.0 in CHEM 164; 2.0 in MICROM 302

EPI 320

Introduction to Epidemiology

W, Sp

No

3

Prerequisite or Concurrent
Registration: Either BIOST 310,
QMETH 201, Q SCI 381, STAT 220,
STAT/CS&SS/SOC 221, OR STAT 311

GEOG 271

Geography of Food and Eating

W

No

5

 

GEOG 371

World Hunger and Agricultural Development

 

No

5

Recommended: either GEOG 230 (Geographies of Global Inequality), GEOG 330 (Latin America: Landscapes of Change), or GEOG 335 (Geography of the Developing World)

GEOG 380

Geographical Patterns of Health and Disease

Sp

No

5

 

 

 

 

Useful Links:

Nutritional Sciences Program
School of Public Health
Undergraduate Academic Advising
Food at UW
Mercer Court Food Exploration Community

Updated February 26, 2014

For questions about the minor:

Please contact Kristin Elko, ugnutr@uw.edu


Spring 2014 Drop-In Advising is available on Mondays (except 4/14),10:00am - 12:00pm and Tuesdays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm in Raitt Hall, Room 311.

 

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