Nutrition Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition
Make nutrition the strength of your healthcare career aspirations. Whether your goal is a career in medicine or becoming an expert in food for health, specializing in nutritional sciences will help you understand metabolism, how nutrients influence health and disease and the potential for a healthy diet to improve lives.
Human Nutrition provides me with a clearer understanding of how the human body works, and how the body utilizes food.
I chose the Human Nutrition major because I wanted to pursue a career in the health field. I believe nutrition is the backbone for preventative science and, as a major, has the most value in terms of practical knowledge that can be used in daily life when treating patients.
A community of nutrition students who explore the world of nutrition and dietetics through community outreach efforts, expert lectures, exposure to the most recent nutrition-related media productions, and other beneficial resources.
An annual judged research presentation opportunity for undergraduate students of all majors to share the impacts of their research findings.
An annual Education and Human Ecology event highlighting the research efforts of faculty, postdocs, research scientists and graduate and undergraduate students.
Our graduates often go on to pursue professional or graduate degrees in:
2.5 GPA or higher; 15 Ohio State credit hours; Biology 1113, Chemistry 1210 and 1220
Minimum Program Hours