Cultural Competence in International Nutrition Undergraduate Certificate

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Where food and cultures meet

Add to your nutrition knowledge. Raise your awareness of other cultures.

Know the eating habits of ethnic, religious and regional groups. Become more culturally competent in food and health.

Choose your certificate

Contact the Academic Advising and Transfer Center to declare a certificate in cultural competence in international nutrition. Your advisor can assist you.

Program requirements (12 hours)

  1. DTN 130(3) or 240(3); and DTN 332(3).
  2. Additional courses from the following to total 12 hours for the certificate: DTN 345(3), IPE 376(3), IPE 377(3).
  3. Additionally, up to 3 hours of advisor approved education abroad electives may be selected from: IDS 297(3), BMS 380(1-3), DTN 392(1-3), BMS 400(1-3), DTN 400(1-3).
  4. All candidates must satisfy the General University Certificate Requirements.

Completion requirement

Attain a grade of C or better in all courses used to fulfill the certificate requirements.