This major offers you the flexibility to tailor your degree to your interests in food, nutrition and health without specializing in any one major. Restricted electives can focus on your areas of interest such as the physical or biological sciences, economics and marketing, ecology, or international development. Career options include food service management, family life educator, lab technician, nutrition educator, and sales representative. Career options depend on the courses that you choose in this flexible program.
Completing the appropriate prerequisite courses within this major can prepare you to enter the Faculty of Education with a subject specialization in Home Economics.
- See also: Dual Degree Program in Food, Nutrition and Health and Education (B.Sc & B.Ed, Home Economics)
B.Sc., Food, Nutrition and Health
|Grade 12 courses and requirements||Grade 11 courses and requirements|
| Principles of Mathematics 11, Pre-Calculus 11, or Foundations of Mathematics 12.  The Faculty of Land and Food Systems recommends Physics 11 as it is required for some majors for the Applied Biology degree and the Food, Nutrition, and Health degree.  Information on “Approved Grade 12 courses” can be found on the UBC Admissions Website.|
Please note that the student is responsible for ensuring that she/he has the required prerequisites for each course. In addition to these courses, other courses may be accepted for restricted elective credit. You must obtain permission from the program Undergraduate Advisor for restricted electives that do not appear in this list.