Course Sequence - BFNSc

Students admitted in fall 2019 or after

Honours Bachelor in Food and Nutrition Sciences

Total (120 units) Fall Winter Summer
1st year (30 units)
  • ANP 1105 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • CHM 1311 Principles of Chemistry 
  • ENG 1100 Workshop in Essay Writing
  • NUT 1104 Food Sciences I
  • NUT 1304 Introduction to Nutrition 
  • BIO 1140 Introduction to Cell Biology 
  • CHM 1321 Organic Chemistry I 
  • NUT 1124 Food Sciences II
  • NUT 1134 Management of Food Services and Enterprises I 
  • PSY 1102 Introduction to Psychology: Applications
 
2nd year (30 units)
 
  • CHM 2120 A00 Organic Chemistry II
  • NUT 2101 Digestion, Absorption and Metabolism
  • NUT 2103 Laboratory Techniques in Food Sciences
  • NUT 2333 Nutritional Biochemistry 
  • Elective
  • NUT 2301 Nutrition Through the Life Stages
  • NUT 2304 Research in Food and Nutrition Sciences I
  • NUT 2321 Nutrition and Metabolism 
  • NUT 2331 Food Carbohydrates
  • Elective
3rd year (30 units)
 
  • NUT 3107 Food Microbiology
  • NUT 3130 Micronutrients and Phytochemica
  • NUT 3131 Food Lipids 
  • NUT 3132 Food Proteins 
  • Elective
  • NUT 3109 Research in Food and Nutritional Sciences II
  • NUT 3140 Food Analysis 
  • NUT 3141 Food Transformation
  • Optional course in NUT
  • Elective

 

4th year (30 units)
 
  • NUT 4107 Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  • NUT 4242 Food and Nutrition Research or NUT 42431 Food Industry Placement or NUT 4244 Food Product Development 
  • Optional course in NUT
  • Optional course in NUT
  • Elective 
  • NUT 4140 Challenges for the Agri-Food Industry
  • NUT 4141 Food Biophysics 
  • NUT 4242 Food and Nutrition Research or NUT 42431 Food Industry Placement or NUT 4244 Food Product Development 
  • Optional course in NUT
  • Elective

 

Optional courses:

  • NUT 2125 Management of Food Service and Enterprises II
  • NUT 3506 Alimentation des collectivités 
  • NUT 3705 Introduction à la génomique nutritionnelle
  • NUT 4130 Nutrition, Behaviour and Mental Health
  • NUT 4132 Diet, Microbiota and Intestinal Health
  • NUT 4242 Food and Nutrition Research 
  • NUT 4243 Food Industry Placement1 
  • NUT 4244 Food Product Development 

It is important to follow this course sequence if you wish to complete the requirements of your program in four years. Any failure, withdrawal or modification of a course in this sequence could result in a delay in completing the requirements of your program. 

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Notes
To find an elective, visit the course timetable.
The deadline to enroll for the placement course, NUT 4243, is June 30th.
A maximum of 42 course units is permitted for this program.
All NUT courses require a passing mark of C+.
1 The placement course, NUT 4243, may extend until the month of August.

Registration requirements for clinical placements
Please consult the Office of Risk Management to obtain more information regarding the additional program requirements

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