Food Science and Human Nutrition Program
Most of the core competencies as suggested in the Educational Standards developed by the Institute of Food Technologists .For further information, visit http://www.ift.org/kmowledge-center/learn-about-food-science/become-a-food-scientist/approved-undergrad-program.
Some of the requirements of the American Dietetic Association’s Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) based on the 2008 Foundation Knowledge and Competencies –Dietitian Education. For further information, visit
The Program will be valued and respected for preparing competent professionals for entry-level and beyond.
To provide students with an academic foundation in the liberal arts and sciences that will produce competent professionals in the food and nutrition fields.
The curriculum is designed to ensure that Food Science/Human Nutrition students have the following capabilities at the time of graduation:
Assessment of Program Objectives and Outcomes
Assessment and evaluation processes will be implemented that periodically document and demonstrate that the program objectives are being met and that graduating students attain the program outcomes. Assessment processes will utilize several instruments including course level as well as program level assessments. The program will be continually improved using the results of the assessment and evaluation processes.