Consult the current schedule of classes for information about when these courses are offered.
The Nutrition and Food certificate provides a study of basic nutrition, food science principles, and nutrition issues with emphasis on the subject of obtaining and maintaining a good state of nutrition. It also introduces the student to the multifaceted field of nutrition and explores different career options.
Upon successful completion of the Nutrition coursework, students will be able to:
- Identify specific nutrition issues and how to work with them.
- Use knowledge of scientific nutrition principles to improve diet and wellness.
- Apply basic scientific principles in the preparation and storage of safe, high-quality food products.
|NUTF 1||Nutrition||3 units|
||Introduction to Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food||1 unit
||Nutrition Issues||1 unit
||Food Science and Safety Lab
||Community Nutrition for the Lifespan
|NUTF 25||Basic Medical Nutrition Therapy and Modified Diets||3 Units|
||Sanitation, Safety, Equipment
|NUTF101||Dietetic Supervised Practice||3.5 units|
|Nutrition and Food||COT|
DEGREE PENDING APPROVAL: The following degree programs have been approved by the Chancellor's Office but are pending approval by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). Students are advised to consult with a counselor for education planning, as no degree will be awarded before full ACCJC approval is received:
Nutrition and Dietetics AS-T