The Nutrition & Health completion program from Kansas State University includes an emphasis on health promotion, as well as human nutrition. This program will give students the knowledge to educate communities on nutrition and good health, and work in public health fields.
- This bachelor-completion program requires 120 credits for degree completion, including transfer credits
- Must have completed prerequisite courses in chemistry, biology, and anatomy and physiology
- Must have a B; or better in all science and professional courses; and a C; or higher in communication, social sciences, quantitative studies and humanities
- Must submit official transcripts
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission