|CHEM 1300||3||Structure & Modeling in Chemistry|
|CHEM 1320 OR||3||Introduction to Organic Chemistry (see notes)|
|CHEM 1310||3||Introduction to Physical Chemistry (see notes)|
|CHEM 2770||3||Elements of Biochemistry 1(see notes)|
|CHEM 2780||3||Elements of Biochemistry 2(see notes)|
|STAT 1000||3||Basic Statistical Analysis 1|
|STAT 2000||3||Basic Statistical Analysis 2|
|BIOL 1410 OR||3-6||Anatomy of the Human Body(see notes)|
|BIOL 1020 &||3||Biology 1(see notes)|
|BIOL 1030||3||Biology 2(see notes)|
|BIOL 1412||3||Physiology of the Human Body(see notes)|
|HNSC 2140||3||Basic Principles of Human Nutrition|
|HNSC 2160||3||Food Preparation & Preservation|
|HNSC 3300||3||Vitamins and Minerals in Human Health|
|HNSC 3310||3||Macronutrients and Human Health|
|HNSC 3320||3||Nutrition Education and Dietary Change|
|HNSC 3330||3||Ingredient Technology for Designed Foods|
|HNSC 4290||3||Food, Nutrition, & Health Policies|
|Choose one of the following options: A, B, or C|
|A. Dietetics Preparation –
Please review note 8
|HNSC 3342||3||Management for Food and Nutrition Professionals|
|HNSC 4140||3||Quantity Food Production & Management|
|HNSC 4320||3||Nutrition Management of Disease States|
|B. Human Nutrition|
|HNSC 4320 OR||3||Nutrition Management of Disease States|
|HNSC 4300||3||Community Nutrition Intervention|
|Choose 6 credit hours from:
HNSC 4310 , HNSC 4340,
or HNSC 4350
|HNSC 2150||3||Composition, Functional, & Nutritional Properties of Foods|
|HNSC 3260||3||Food Quality Evaluation|
|HNSC 4540||3||Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals|
|Free Electives (see notes)|
*The 2nd degree program may take longer than 2 academic years to complete due to Science prerequisites. In the event of discrepancies with this webpage and the Undergraduate Calendar, the Undergraduate Calendar will prevail.
|HNSC 1200||For||HNSC 2140|
|HNSC 1210||For||HNSC 2140|
|HNSC 2130||For||HNSC 3320|
|HNSC 2150||For||HNSC 3330|
|PSYC 1200||For||HNSC 3320|
1. Students must complete 60 credit hours while enrolled in the second degree program. If any of the required courses have been completed in the previous degree, free electives must be chosen to meet the 60 credit hour requirement. Students are not required to satisfy the Written English requirement. This program may take longer than 2 academic years to complete.
2. Pre-requisite courses in bold are not required, but are recommended. If these courses are not completed prior to registration, the student must contact the Advising Office by e-mail stating the course, CRN and student information in order to get overrides in order to register for courses successfully. We cannot provide overrides or exceptions for Science prerequisites. Consult the Undergraduate Calendar for former course numbers and other equivalents for prerequisites.
3. Under required courses; students can take either CHEM 1320 or CHEM 1310. Students can take CHEM 2210 and CHEM 2220 instead of CHEM 1300 and CHEM 1310 or CHEM 1320. For students who do not take CHEM 2210 and CHEM 2220 , CHEM 1320 is preferred.
4. Students can take either CHEM 2770/MBIO 2770 or CHEM 2360/MBIO 2360. Students can take either CHEM 2780/MBIO 2780 or CHEM 2370/MBIO 2370.
5. Students can take either BIOL 1412 (Physiology of the Human Body) or BIOL 2410 (Human Physiology 1) and BIOL 2420 (Human Physiology 2).
6. If BIOL 1020 Biology 1 and BIOL 1030 Biology 2 are taken, the additional 3 credit hours are considered to be free electives. Students must still complete BIOL 1412 (Physiology of the Human Body).
7. Electives are the student’s choice. However, some of the courses chosen for degree completion may require additional prerequisites that will then count as free electives.
8. STUDENTS WHO INTEND TO PURSUE A DIETETIC INTERNSHIP MUST TAKE: 3 credit hours that may be selected from HNSC 4300, HNSC 4310, HNSC 4362, HNSC 4340. Also for those intending to apply for a Dietetic internship, the second degree program meets the course requirements in Human Nutritional Sciences, but not all the other supporting course requirements (for example, psychology/sociology, humanities or social sciences, microbiology, research methods, communication arts, basic principles of management). Students declaring option A: Dietetic Preparation will receive further information from the Academic Advisor by e-mail.
|Required Supporting Courses for Dietetic Internship**||Credit Hours|
|Introductory Chemistry (general and organic)||6|
|Microbiology (general-MBIO 1220 or focused on food-FOOD 4150)||3|
|Research Methods & Presentation (HMEC 2000 or HMEC 2050 )||3|
|Communications for Professional Practice (HMEC 3100 or HNSC 4160 )||3|
|Basic Principles of Management (GMGT 1010 )||3|
|Nutrition (HNSC 2130 or HNSC 2150 )||3|
**Any discrepancies or questions regarding equivalent courses, please contact the Faculty’s Internship Director.
**Students may have fulfilled the required supporting courses in a previous degree. If not, the Advising Office has provided courses for the supporting course work that is outstanding. Students who are pre-selected for a dietetics internship with the Manitoba Partnership Program must complete HNSC 4600 Practice-based Research in Human Nutritional Sciences.
Required Human Nutritional Sciences Courses for Dietetic Internship* These courses are built into the program.
HNSC 3300 Vitamins and Minerals in Human Health
HNSC 3310 Macronutrients in Human Health
HNSC 3320 Nutrition Education and Dietary Change
HNSC 3330 Ingredient Technology for Designed Foods
HNSC 3342 Management for Food and Nutrition Professionals
HNSC 4140 Food Production and Management (lab)
HNSC 4290 Food, Nutrition, & Health Policies
HNSC 4320 Nutritional Management of Disease States (lab)
*Approved by the College of Dietitians of Manitoba (CDM) 04/2006**