|Additional Admission Requirements:||
This program does not allow admission directly from high school. Preprofessional Study Time: Normally one year in Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, Nutrition and Food General Program. A minimum of ★27, ★30 preferred (★ = units of course weight) transferable to the program: BIO 107 (★3), CHEM 101, 102 (★6), CHEM 164 or 261 (★3), ENGL (or equivalent) (★6), NUTR 100 (★3), NUFS 100 (★3), STAT 151 (★3), Free Elective (*3).
- Letter(s) of Reference
- Statement of Research Interests
Applicants must submit a letter with their application for admission stating their career goals, knowledge of the profession, related experience, and reasons for seeking admission to the Dietetics Specialization. Prospective students should have spoken with a Registered Dietitian and undertaken significant career exploration prior to seeking admission.
The interview evaluates the applicant's maturity, initiative, ability to communicate, leadership skills and critical thinking abilities.
Interview selection is based on academic achievement in the prerequisite courses, overall academic achievement (emphasizing recent academic performance), and the content and format of their Letter of Intent.
Applicants are ranked on their academic achievement in the prerequisite courses; overall academic achievement (emphasizing recent academic performance); the content and format of their Letter of Intent; the strength of their letters of reference and their performance in the interview process.