Human Physiology and Nutrition Programs
Johnson Beth-El Spring 2021
We will begin the spring 2021 semester instruction remotely, with a few exceptions for on-campus activity. The semester will still start as planned on Jan. 19 and instruction will be remote for the first five weeks. Effective February 22, we will once again offer a blend of in-person, high flex, hybrid and remote courses, just as we did during the fall semester.
Featuring a foundational, science-based curriculum, the Human Physiology and Nutrition Department prepares students for a wide variety of health-related careers. Graduates find employment or go on to pursue professional training in fields such as physiology, nutrition, exercise science, athletic training, physical therapy, and medicine.
Human Physiology & Nutrition Programs
The Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology and Nutrition curriculum is built upon a core set of required classes that map directly to the most common prerequisite classes necessary for application to professional schools, such as medical and physician assistant programs, making it an attractive “pre-med” major.
The Master of Sciences in Sport Nutrition Program seeks to educate students with backgrounds in dietetics in the fundamental skills, knowledge and practice of Sport Nutrition in order to prepare them for board certification and leadership positions in nutrition services.