Provost & Academic Vice President

Student Learning Outcomes

Nutrition and Dietetics  (B.S.)


Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to: 

  1. determine the science underlying the properties of various food components, and reactions that occur during food preparation/processing and storage
  2. apply knowledge of biochemistry and physiology to human nutrient metabolism
  3. demonstrate how to locate, interpret, evaluate, and use professional literature to make ethical evidence-based practice decisions in nutrition-related clinical and customer service
  4. assess and resolve managerial problems and use quantitative reasoning concepts and critical thinking related to food and nutrition in a global, cultural, and diverse society
  5. develop interventions to affect change and enhance wellness in diverse individuals and groups
  6. demonstrate effective and professional oral and written communication and documentation