Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH)
The Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) prepares students for graduate study in nutrition, medicine, pharmacy, or dentistry or for entry-level positions in public health and/or dietetics that do not require a registered dietitian. It also allows students to participate in nutrition research projects or explore other related areas of interest and combines the study of the biochemical, behavioral, food and nutrition sciences. Students can study one of two tracks: (1) Nutrition Science and Research, or (2) Nutrition Health and Society. For current BSPH Nutrition students, the Department of Nutrition also offers an accelerated BSPH-MS Program for which students apply during their senior year and complete their MS within one year of graduation from the BSPH Program.