Bachelor of Science / Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

Sample structure

Sample units of study table (Years 1 to 3)

 

 

Sem

Unit of study 1
& credit points

Unit of study 2
& credit points

Unit of study 3
& credit points

Unit of study 4
& credit points

Unit of study 5
& credit points

Total

Year 1

1

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX8

PSYC100X^

CHEM1XXX

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

2

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX7

Elective

XXXX

CHEM1XXX

 

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

Year 2

1

PHSI2X05

BCMB2X01

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

Food Science #

AGEN2002

OR

AGEN3004

OR

Intermediate Science elective
2XXX

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

2

PHSI2X06

BCMB2X02

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

Year 3

1

12 Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Microbiology or Nutrition and Metabolism or Physiology or Psychology

3XXX

Nutrition Science #

NUTM3001

Science elective

1XXX/2XXX/3XXX

OR AGEN3004 if Food Science not completed in Year 2

   

12

6

6

 

24

2

12 Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Microbiology or Nutrition and Metabolism or Physiology or Psychology

3XXX

Science Elective

2XXX/3XXX

Science Elective

1XXX/2XXX/3XXX

   

12

6

6

 

24

Total credit points:

144

^PSYC1002 is recommended.

# Students commencing their candidature in 2017 are required to complete NUTM3001 and at least 6 credit points of Food Science (AGEN2002 or AGEN3004). Students commencing prior to 2017 are highly recommended to complete these units.

 

NB: Students are required to complete 24 credit points of core intermediate units as well as: (an additional 24 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1, and the Food Science unit AGEN3004), or (18 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1 and a Food Science unit AGEN2002 or AGEN3004).

*Must include 3 credit points MATH(1015/1005/1905).

Please note: completing a Psychology major requires careful planning to complete on time, and students will be restricted in the units of study they can complete.

Sample Table for Bachelor of Science (Advanced)/Master of Nutrition and Dietetics with single major

 

 

Sem

Unit of study 1
& credit points

Unit of study 2
& credit points

Unit of study 3
& credit points

Unit of study 4
& credit points

Unit of study 5
& credit points

Total

Year 1

1

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX8

Elective

XXXX

CHEM1XXX

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

2

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX7

PSYC100X^

CHEM1XXX

 

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

Year 2

1

PHSI2X05

**

BCMB2X01

**

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

Food Science #

AGEN2002

OR

AGEN3004

OR

Science elective

2XXX/3XXX

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

2

PHSI2X06

**

BCMB2X02

**

Intermediate Science elective

**

2XXX

Intermediate Science elective

**

2XXX

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

Year 3

1

12 Advanced Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Microbiology or Physiology or Psychology

39XX

Nutrition Science #

NUTM3001

Senior elective

3XXX

OR AGEN3004 if Food Science not completed in Year 2

   

12

6

6

 

24

2

12 Advanced Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Microbiology or Physiology or Psychology

39XX

Senior Science elective

3XXX

Senior Science elective

3XXX

   

12

6

6

 

24

Total credit points:

144

^PSYC1002 is recommended.

# Students commencing their candidature in 2017 are required to complete NUTM3001 and at least 6 credit points of Food Science (AGEN2002 or AGEN3004). Students commencing prior to 2017 are highly recommended to complete these units.


NB: Students commencing their candidature in 2017 are required to complete 24 credit points of core intermediate units as well as: an additional (24 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1), or (18 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1 and a Food Science unit AGEN2002 or AGEN3004).

*Must include 3 credit points MATH(1015/1005/1905).

**A minimum of 12 credit points of intermediate science units must be taken at Advanced level (29XX).

Sample Table for Bachelor of Science (Advanced)/Master of Nutrition and Dietetics with non-advanced Biochemistry or Nutrition and Metabolism major

 

 

Sem

Unit of study 1
& credit points

Unit of study 2
& credit points

Unit of study 3
& credit points

Unit of study 4
& credit points

Unit of study 5
& credit points

Total

Year 1

1

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX3

Elective

XXXX

CHEM1XXX

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

2

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX7

PSYC100X^

CHEM1XXX

 

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

Year 2

1

PHSI2X05

**

BCMB2X01

**

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

Food Science #

AGEN2002

OR

AGEN3004

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

2

PHSI2X06

**

BCMB2X02

**

Intermediate Science elective

**

2XXX

Intermediate Science elective

**

2XXX

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

Year 3

1

12 non-Advanced Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Nutrition and Metabolism
Must include NUTM3001

3XXX

Advanced Science Major

39XX

Advanced Science Major

39XX

   

12

6

6

 

24

2

12 non-Advanced Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Nutrition and Metabolism

3XXX

Advanced Science Major

39XX

Advanced Science Major

39XX

   

12

6

6

 

24

Total credit points:

144

Please note: Microbiology, Physiology or Psychology majors are only available as second majors at Advanced level, or unless Associate Dean approval is obtained to increase required credit points to meet degree resolutions.

^PSYC1002 is recommended.

# Students commencing their candidature in 2017 are required to complete NUTM3001 and at least 6 credit points of Food Science (AGEN2002 or AGEN3004). Students commencing prior to 2017 are highly recommended to complete these units.


NB: Students in the Advanced Stream are required to complete 24 credit points of core intermediate units as well as: 18 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1 and a Food Science unit AGEN2002 or AGEN3004).

*Must include 3 credit points MATH(1015/1005/1905).

**A minimum of 12 credit points of intermediate science units must be taken at Advanced level (29XX).

Sample Table for Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics)/Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

 

 

Sem

Unit of study 1
& credit points

Unit of study 2
& credit points

Unit of study 3
& credit points

Unit of study 4
& credit points

Unit of study 5
& credit points

Total

Year 1

1

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX

BIOL1XX8

Elective

XXXX

CHEM1XXX

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

2

MATH1XXX

MATH1XXX*

BIOL1XX7

PSYC100X^

CHEM1XXX

 

 

3

3

6

6

6

24

Year 2

1

PHSI2X05

 

BCMB2X01

 

Intermediate Science elective

2XXX

Food Science #

AGEN2002

OR

AGEN3004

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

2

PHSI2X06

BCMB2X02

Advanced Intermediate Mathematics/Statistics

MATH29XX/STAT29XX

Advanced Intermediate Mathematics/Statistics

MATH29XX/STAT29XX

 

   

6

6

6

6

 

24

Year 3

1

12 Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Nutrition and Metabolism
Must include NUTM3001

3XXX

Advanced Mathematics/Statistics Major

MATH39XX/STAT39XX

Advanced Mathematics/Statistics Major

MATH39XX/STAT39XX

   

12

6

6

 

24

2

12 Senior credit points towards a Table 1 major in Biochemistry or Nutrition and Metabolism

3XXX

Advanced Mathematics/Statistics Major

MATH39XX/STAT39XX

Advanced Mathematics/Statistics Major

MATH39XX/STAT39XX

   

12

6

6

 

24

Total credit points:

144

Please note: Microbiology, Physiology or Psychology majors are only available with Associate Dean approval to increase required credit points to meet degree resolutions.

^PSYC1002 is recommended.

# Students commencing their candidature in 2017 are required to complete NUTM3001 and at least 6 credit points of Food Science (AGEN2002 or AGEN3004). Students commencing prior to 2017 are highly recommended to complete these units.


NB: Students in the Advanced Stream are required to complete 24 credit points of core intermediate units as well as: 18 credit points of intermediate Science electives from Table 1 and a Food Science unit AGEN2002 or AGEN3004.

*Must include 3 credit points MATH(1015/1005/1905).