The BSc in Nutrition and Food Science, General Program provides students with a diverse education in human nutrition and food science. Program details are available on the Faculty website.
Students in the General Program may transfer (i.e., apply for admission) to the Honors in Food Science or Honors in Nutrition programs, the Dietetics Specialization, or the Food Science and Technology Specialization, if they meet the admission requirements. This transfer is normally done after the first year in the General Program.
A student registered in the BSc Nutrition and Food Science, General Program must complete at least 60 units of course weight (normally the last 60 units) while registered in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Alberta.
All students in the BSc in Nutrition and Food Science, General Program must successfully complete the courses in a common program core , as well as a capstone course . Students must select a minor prior to completing 60 units, which also has specific course requirements.