Students enrolled in this bachelor's completion program – one of the first of its kind in the U.S. – receive an education grounded in whole food nutrition and food science while also developing culinary skills and the ability to use food therapeutically.
Length of Program: 2 years, full time.
Campuses: Kenmore, Washington; and San Diego, California
There are many ways to turn your passion for cooking and nutrition into a meaningful, successful profession. As a student in Bastyr’s Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts program, you’ll learn whole-food nutrition and food science, while also developing the culinary skills you need to create meals that are superior in both taste and therapeutic nourishment.
A few ways to turn your culinary calling into a career:
See how our graduates are using their degrees to make a healthier world for all.
Seattle, Washington Campus
Set in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, Bastyr’s expansive Seattle-area campus provides a serene, natural environment for students to deepen their health education. Our campus is located in the Seattle suburb of Kenmore, Washington, and encompasses 51 acres along the shore of Lake Washington.
At our Seattle-area campus, you’ll enjoy dynamic classroom environments and unique facilities for research, laboratory and clinical experiences. Our campus location also affords you easy access to the rich cultural experiences of the Seattle metropolitan area and unlimited exposure to the natural wonders of the Puget Sound region.
2 years, full-time
The Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts is a bachelor’s degree completion program, specifically developed for students who have already started their undergraduate degree. Entering students will have completed the equivalent of two years of college coursework before enrolling. Bastyr enrolls new degree-seeking students for the Fall Quarter entry.
Bastyr’s innovative Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts program provides students with an in-depth knowledge of food, nutrients, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and food science. This foundation in science is complemented by coursework that leads to a mastery of culinary skills. Reference our curriculum table for the number of credits per course, course hours and lecture hours each week.
Classes in areas such as menu design and therapeutic cooking spark and feed creativity, giving students an opportunity to use their senses and intuition under the guidance of experienced faculty. Expected learning outcomes of graduates can be found in the course catalog.
Reference our curriculum table for full prerequisites. To learn which classes fulfill these prerequisites, use our course equivalency guide.
A full course outline can be found in the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts program description of the Academic Catalog.
Are you ready to take the next step toward pursuing your Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts degree? Speak to an advisor today to learn more about tuition costs or to find out about our financial aid programs!