We prepare you for careers in health care, education, industry and government. Our research improves nutritional well-being and educates the public about nutrition and foods.
The strengths of our program are in the following areas:
Dr. Emma Laing has a goal in mind for students in her human nutrition and food class that goes well beyond tests and grades: changed lives.
“This course will empower students to take charge of their health through nutrition so they can reduce their risk of chronic diseases,” said Laing. “This is a practical course about healthy eating that will help students throughout their lives.”
Laing navigates students through confusing principles of nutrition, fad diets, supplements, sports nutrition, GMOs, and more.
FDNS 2100 is open summer and fall. No prerequisites are required. All UGA students may take the course.
Summer session is daily, 9:15-11:30 a.m. The fall course is MWF, 9:05-9:55 a.m.