OTHER ADVANTAGES TO TAKING NUTRITION COURSES AT CBU
B.Sc. in Human Nutrition degree in 5th year for B.Sc. Human Kinetics students with minor in Human Nutrition at St. F.X.-ASK DR. BARRE ABOUT THIS OPTION.
B.Sc. Human Kinetics students majoring in Kinesiology and minoring in Human Nutrition who wish to pursue a degree in Human Nutrition in their 5th year should follow the following course pattern. In their second year, it is recommended that the student take six credits of a 200 level Arts subject X course (as a pair to their first year 100 level Art course subject X). In their third year, it is recommended that the student take HKIN 396 or HKIN 397 and that six credits of open electives come from BSAD 261 or 231 and HNU 146. In their fourth year, the student must take HNU 185, 335, 365, and 475
Recommended Course Pattern:
HNU 145, 146, 185, 261, 262, 335, 363, 365, HKIN 396 or 397, HNU 475; BSAD 231 or 261
HNU 3701, 362, 405, 12 credits HNU electives; BSAD 231 or 261; 6 credits arts pair
There was a recent meeting of the program chairs about Co-op and we in HNU will be trying to enhance this aspect of our program. As more info unfolds, we will update our web-site. Currently, it reads at bottom of http://www.mystfx.ca/academic/human-nutrition/students-int&coop.htm
THE CO-OP OPTION AT ST. F.X. -TO BE DONE AFTER THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE THIRD YEAR OF THE HONOURS B.Sc. IN HUMAN NUTRITION AT ST. F.X.
The Cooperative Education Program or Co-op Program offers the opportunity for students at St. FX to gain real work experience [http://www.mystfx.ca/academic/co-op/]. It is an option for HNU students who are interested in career options other than dietetics that complement the human nutrition degree. The co-op graduate with HNU degree will be prepared to work within the food industry such as in product development and evaluation, food safety or in food policy and regulatory roles. The program consists of three consecutive four-month work-terms, the first in the winter term of the fourth year of study, the second work term in the summer after the fourth year of study and the third term in fall term of the fifth year of study. A minimum 70% overall average is required for acceptance into Co-op Program. Students who successfully complete three work terms will be awarded three academic credits. Students enrolled in the Co-op Program are only eligible to apply for a graduate internship program.
For more information, please contact:
Co-op Program Assistant
Co-operative Education Program
St. Francis Xavier University
PO Box 5000
Antigonish NS B2G 2W5
T: (902) 867-5359