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Guided Pathways

Nutrition-Dietetics, Transfer, CSU Pomona, X8770

Program: X8770
Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
Suggested Sequence of CourseworkIndicates Courses Offered Online
Fall Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
NF 25 Intro Nutrition Science 3.0
CHEM 40 Intro General Chemistry 5.0
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0
Total:   12.0
CPP requires a "B" or better for NF 25
Winter Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
PSYC 1A Intro to Psychology 3.0
CSU AMIST CSU GE American Institutions 3.0
Total:   6.0
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
NF 1 Careers in Nutrition 2.0
NF 20 Principles of Food Lab 3.0
CHEM 20 Intro Organic and Biochem 5.0
PSYC 10 Stats/Behavioral Sciences 3.0
MATH 110 (or) Elementary Statistics
Total:   13.0
Summer Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU HUM CSU GE C2 Humanities Crse 3.0
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0
SPCH 2 (or) Survey Comm Studies
SPCH 8 (or) Professional Speaking
Total:   7.0
Fall Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.0
ANAT 10A Intro Human Anatomy 4.0
ENGL 1C Critical Thinking&Writing 4.0
Total:   13.0
CHEM 51 is an upper divsion requirement CPP Complete it after transfer or switch out Micr 22
Winter Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
BIOL 4 Biology for Majors 4.0
Total:   4.0
Spring Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
ANAT 10B Intro Human Physiology 4.0
CHEM 51 General Chemistry II 5.0
SPCH 20 Argumentation and Debate 3.0
CSU ETHS CSU GE Area F Ethnic Studies 3.0
Total:   15.0
Complete MICR 22 in summer or after transfer CPP
Summer Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU AMIST CSU GE American Institutions 3.0
CSU ARTS CSU GE C1 Arts Crse 3.0
Total:   6.0
Program Notes

Resources available to Nutrition & Foods majors:

  • Patricia Maestro, Counselor Liaison to Nutrition majors.  Contact:  pmaestro@mtsac.edu 

Mt SAC Nutrition & Food Program:

Cal Poly Pomona Nutrition Program:

Resources available to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) majors:

Mt. SAC STEM center is located on the 3rd floor of the campus' Math & Science Building, provides tutoring, peer-to-peer coaching, counseling, and general support services.  Student who visit the center will find a study area stocked with microscopes, laptop computers, and even skeletons for anatomy students.   The center is available to any math, science, or engineering student. 

www.mtsac.edu/stem/
Bldg. 61, room 3318
(909) 274-4425
stem@mtsac.edu

 

AS-T Nutrition-CSU Pomona 

Not accepted

AS-T Nutrition-CSUs

Use link to search for CSUs that accept AS-T Nutrition

https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/transfer/Pages/associate-degree-for-transfer-major-and-campus-search.aspx

Effective Fall 2021 
Ethnic Studies General Education Requirement (AREA F) 

New California law, AB 1460, requires CSU students to take a class in one of four ethnic studies disciplines: Native American studies, African American studies, Asian American studies, or Latina and Latino studies.  

All new Fall 2021 community college CSU-transfer bound students will be required to complete the new general education requirement Mt. SAC refers to it as the Fall 2021 CSU General Education Breadth requirements. 

What are the area F-Ethnic Studies course options? 

Area F courses are yet to be identified-June 2022. Check the Mt. SAC General Education (CSU) website site for updates 

 

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