Math & Science - Nutrition (Liberal Arts & Sciences)

Courses

Minimum program credit hours: 60

Program Codes

Degree Option
Associate in Science Degree
Hegis Code
5649
Curriculum Code
645P
General Requirements
19 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
6 SUNY LAS JCC
ENG 1530: English Composition II3 BCOM H CENG
ENG 1540: Writing About Literature3 HUMA H CWRT, VEDP
6
PSY 1510: General Psychology3 SOSC S SR
SOC 1510: Introduction to Sociology3 SOSC S SR, VEDP
7
MAT 1600: Precalculus (or higher)4 MATH N CMAT
BIO 2760: Nutrition3 NSCI N SR

Core Requirements
32 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
32 SUNY LAS JCC
BIO 1575: Biology: A Molecular Approach or BIO 1570: Principles of Biology I4 NSCI N SR, (VEDP)
BIO 1580: Principles of Biology II4 NSCI N SR
CHE 1550: College Chemistry I4 NSCI N SR, VEDP
CHE 1560: College Chemistry II4 NSCI N SR
CHE 2530: Organic Chemistry I4 N
BIO 2510: Anatomy and Physiology I4 NSCI N SR
BIO 2520: Anatomy and Physiology II4 NSCI N SR, VEDP
BIO 2531: Microbiology3 NSCI N SR
BIO 2532: Microbiology Lab1 N

Electives
9 credit hours Degree Requirements Met

(up to 6 credits may need to be SUNY General Education-category specific)

9 (X-X)

Important Points
  • A GPA of at least 2.0 in math/science coursework is required for graduation.
  • Students intending to take courses with a cellular/molecular focus (such as Immunology, Cellular/Molecular Biology, or Genetics) in their program core electives are strongly advised to take BIO 1575: Biology: A Molecular Approach.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the methods scientists use to explore natural phenomena including observation, hypothesis development, measurement and data collection, experimentation, evaluation of evidence, and employment of mathematical analysis. (SUNY Gen. Ed. outcome #1)
  2. Analyze ethical dilemmas raised by science and technology, attempt to identify personal values that affect how one thinks about these dilemmas, and consider diverse perspectives in the process.
  3. Demonstrate application of scientific data, concepts, and models in one of the natural sciences. (SUNY Gen. Ed. Outcome #2)
  4. Demonstrate the ability to create, interpret, and analyze graphs and charts that communicate quantitative or relational information.
  5. Show competence in the following quantitative reasoning skills and be able to :
    1. Interpret and draw inferences from mathematical models such as formulas, graphs, tables, and schematics.
    2. Represent mathematical information symbolically, visually, numerically, and verbally.
    3. Use arithmetical, algebraic, geometric, and statistical methods to solve problems.
    4. Estimate and check mathematical results for reasonableness, determine alternatives, and select optimal results.
    5. Recognize the limits of mathematical and statistical methods. (SUNY Gen. Ed. outcome: Mathematics)
  6. Use computer (or other appropriate) technology to collect data; use computer (or other appropriate) technology to represent data; use computer (or other appropriate) technology to analyze data and /or to solve numerical or conceptual problems.