Bachelor of Science in Nutrition: BSc (Nutr). This program requires four years of full-time study following admission to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. Pre-Nutrition is a one-year (30 credit hour) program which may be completed at the University of Regina. On completion of a national examination, graduates qualify for professional registration and membership in the provincial and national association for dietitians/nutritionists (Dietitians of Canada).
- Chemistry 30
- Biology 30 is strongly recommended
See §2.4.1 for additional courses required for admission.
Applicants to the University of Regina should request admission to the Faculty of Science, but may alternatively apply to the Faculty of Arts (pre-nutrition).
|Credit hours||Pre-Nutrition||Student's record of courses completed|
ENGL 100 and ENGL 110,
PSYC 101 and 102,
|Note: The requirement for “English” must include English Literature and Composition. A general academic writing course is not sufficient.|
Applicants must have completed at least 30 credit units of course work at the university level before April 30 in the year in which they wish to be considered for admission. Applicants may be admitted with a deficiency in up to 6 credit units of electives except for BIOL, CHEM, and ENG courses; these applicants may be considered only if they have completed 30 credit units and the courses they have taken instead of the electives are included in the first year of the Nutrition program. Any deficiency must be made up prior to entry into the second year of the B.Sc.(Nutr.) program.
Students must have a minimum CGPA of 70% to apply.
Acceptance is based on:
- Post-secondary academic record (weighted 60%)
- A critical skills test (weighted 30%)
- A personal profile (weighted 10%).
The test and profile may be written at the University of Regina.
The total annual admission quota is 28 students, as follows:
- Saskatchewan Residents: 22 spaces
- Out-of-province or international students: 4 spaces
- Students of aboriginal descent: 2 spaces
One position may be considered for admission of a Saskatchewan resident under special circumstances or for compassionate reasons
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
University of Saskatchewan
110 Science Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5C9
Telephone: 306-966-6327; fax: 306-966-6377
Web site: www.usask.ca/pharmacy-nutrition/
Completed applications for Fall admission must be received by the College of Pharmacy & Nutrition by February 15 of the year in which admission is sought.