Red River College Cullinary Arts Program

COURSES TRANSFERRED FROM RED RIVER COLLEGE (2 YEARS)

U of M Equivalences  Credits  Course

HNSC 1200 3 Food: Facts & Fallacies
HNSC 1210 3 Nutrition for Health & Changing Lifestyles
HNSC 2160  3 Food Preparation & Preservation
HNSC 4140  3 Quantity Food Production & Management
HNSC 4364  6 Food Industry Practicum
GMGT 2XXX  3 General Management Elective
HNSC 2XXX  18 Human Nutrition 2000 level Electives
HNSC 3XXX  21 Human Nutrition 3000 level Electives

Total – 60 credit hours 

 

NOTE: You will be required to have Grade 12 Math 40S Applied or Pre-calculus and Grade 12 Chemistry 40S or equivalents in order to register CHEM 1300 and STAT 1000 below.

Required Courses to obtain the Degree in Human Nutritional Sciences
 

CHEM 1300 3 Structure & Modeling in Chemistry
CHEM 1320 OR 3 Introduction to Organic Chemistry OR
CHEM 1310 3 Introduction to Physical Chemistry
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 Anatomy of the Human Body OR
BIOL 1020 Biology 1 (see notes) 
BIOL 1030    Biology 2 (see notes) 
BIOL 1412  3 Physiology of the Human Body 
HMEC 2000  3 Research Methods and Presentation 
HNSC 2140  Basic Principles of Human Nutrition 
HNSC 2150  Composition, Functional, & Nutritional Properties of Food 
HNSC 3300  Vitamins and Minerals in Human Health 
HNSC 3310  Macronutrients & Human Health 
HNSC 3320  *Nutrition Education & Dietary Change 
HNSC 3330  Ingredient Technology for Designed Foods 
HNSC 4290  **Food, Nutrition, & Health Policies 

* PSYC/SOC 1200 & HNSC 2130 pre-requisites are waived.  You are still required to have HNSC 2140 completed before registering for this course

** HNSC 2130 pre-requisite is waived.  You are still required to have HNSC 2150, HMEC 2000 & STAT 2000 completed before registering for this course

 Courses for Area of Emphasis (6 credit hours from A or B)

A. Human Nutrition   
Choose one from:

HNSC 4300 3 Community Nutrition Intervention
HNSC 4320 3 Nutrition Management of Disease States

Choose one from:

HNSC 4310 3 Nutrition & the Elderly
HNSC 4340 3 Child & Maternal Health
HNSC 4350  Nutrition Exercise & Sport 

    
B. Foods

HNSC 3260 3 Food Quality Evaluation
HNSC 4540 3 Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals
Free Elective   
Free Elective   


   
NOTES:
Students must take BIOL 1410 Anatomy of the Human Body or BIOL 1020 Biology 1 and BIOL 1030 Biology 2, AND require BIOL 1412 Physiology of the Human Body (3 credits) in order to take HNSC 3310 Macronutrients & Human Health and HNSC 3300 Vitamins and Minerals in Human Health.  Free electives must be used to meet this requirement for BIOL 1412, if BIOL 1020 and BIOL 1030 are taken.

Students can take either CHEM 2770 /MBIO 2770 (Elements of Biochemistry 1) or CHEM 2360 /MBIO 2360 (Biochemistry 1: Bio-molecules and an Introduction to Metabolic Energy).  Students can take either CHEM 2780 /MBIO 2780 (Elements of Biochemistry 2) or CHEM 2370 /MBIO 2370 (Biochemistry 2: Catabolism, Synthesis, and Information Pathways).  CHEM/MBIO 2360 and CHEM/MBIO 2370 require different first year CHEM and BIOL pre-requisites.  Review the U of M academic calendar and consult with an academic advisor. 

Students can take either BIOL 1412 (Physiology of the Human Body) or BIOL 2410 (Human Physiology 1) and BIOL 2420 (Human Physiology 2).

Check and consult the Undergraduate Calendar for former course numbers and other equivalents for prerequisites.

In the event of discrepancies with this document and the Undergraduate Calendar, the Undergraduate Calendar will prevail.  We will not waive pre-requisites.  You are responsible in obtaining pre-requisites prior to registering for higher level courses