Bachelor In Food Nutrition

//Bachelor In Food Nutrition
Bachelor In Food Nutrition 2019-07-31T11:51:57+00:00

The Bachelor of Food & Nutrition (BFN) covers the aspects of food nutrition and health, focusing upon the role a nutrition plays in health, life cycle, aging and disease. It fosters the preparation of graduates with expert-knowledge, skills, critical thinking abilities and aptitude to make effective nutritional assessments, apply the principles of clinical nutrition in health care as leading dietitians, practitioners and researchers.

Marks Required : 50%

Credit Hours : 132

Duration : 4 Years

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Semester 1

Sr. Course Title
1. Introduction To Food & Nutrition
2. General Anatomy
3. Physiology-I
4. English-I (Functional English)
5. Pakistan Studies
6. Introduction To Computer
7. University Elective-I

Semester 2

Sr. Course Title
1. Introduction To Food Science
2. Physiology-II
3. Food Safety & Quality Management
4. English-II (Communication Skills)
5. Islamic Studies / Ethics
6. Biostatistics-I
7. University Elective-II

Semester 3

Sr. Course Title
1. Community Nutrition
2. Food Processing & Preservation
3. Sociology
4. Food Laws & Regulations
5. Physiology-III
6. Biochemistry & Genetics-I
7. University Elective-III

Semester 4

Sr. Course Title
1. Applied Nutrition
2. Life Cycle Nutrition
3. Nutrition And Psychology
4. Food Microbiology
5. Biochemistry & Genetics-II
6. Experimental Foods

Semester 5

Sr. Course Title
1. Dietetics-I
2. Institutional Management-I
3. General Pathology
4. Introduction To Pharmacology
5. Public Health Nutrition
6. Supervised Practice-I

Semester 6

Sr. Course Title
1. Dietetics-II
2. Institutional Management-II
3. Nutrition Education & Counseling
4. Minerals In Nutrition
5. Vitamins In Nutrition

Semester 7

Sr. Course Title
1. Dietetics-III
2. Sports Nutrition
3. Nutritional Supplements
4. Scientific Inquiry & Research Methodology
5. Food Marketing & Product Development

Semester 8

Sr. Course Title
1. Supervised Practice-II
2. Final Research Project(Thesis)