The Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Culinary Arts degree offered at Bastyr’s California campus will provide an education founded in whole food nutrition and food science while also developing culinary skills and the ability to use food therapeutically.
The degree program is designed to appeal to the hands, head and heart of each student. The curriculum provides you with an in-depth knowledge of food, nutrients, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and research analysis. This foundation in science is complemented by coursework that leads to a mastery of culinary skills. Classes in areas such as menu design and therapeutic cooking will spark and feed your creativity, giving you an opportunity to use your senses and intuition under the guidance of experienced faculty.
Learn more about this program from program chair Debra Boutin, MS, RD. Alison Scott, associate director of admissions & student services, will also be on hand to review the admissions processes.
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