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SJSU ARTICULATION AGREEMENT
Lower Division Requirements
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017

BS - Nutritional Science

San José State University -to- San Francisco State University

Community College students should meet with a counselor as soon as possible to determine the equivalent courses offered at that institution. Students should complete as many as possible of the lower division requirements listed below, prior to transfer.

Lower Division Course Requirements

Community College Course Equivalents

STAR Act (SB 1440):

The Nutrition, Food Science & Packaging department accepts the AS-T in Nutrition and Dietetics for transfer into the BS Nutritional Science (specializing in Nutrition Science). We recommend transfer students complete the following courses, which are required for this major at SJSU, as part of their AS-T in Nutrition and Dietetics. Students should take courses which clear the American Institutions requirement and a second course in English composition as part of their CSU GE or IGETC requirements for the AS-T degree (doing so will increase greater choice in the 60 units of SJSU course work to be taken after transfer).
Students may pursue the BS - Nutritional Science without an area of concentration (general degree). This alternate plan will prepare students for careers in Nutrition Science, Sports Nutrition, Food Management, Nutrition Education (does not qualify students to become credentialed teachers). Departmental advising (408-924-3100) is required in order to avoid taking additional supporting courses. These academic plans do not meet the requirements of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or the Institute of Food Technologists.

Second Course in English Composition:

ENGL 002 Critical Thinking and WritingEng 214 Second Year Written Composition-English
   OR
AAS 214 Second Year Written Composition: Asian American Studies
   OR
AFRS 214 Second Year Written Composition: Africana Studies
   OR
ENG 215 Second Year Written Composition - Multilingual
or
ENGL 001B Argument and AnalysisNo Current Equivalent

Preparation for the Major:

MICR 020 General BacteriologyBIOL 210 General Microbiology and Public Health
   AND
BIOL 211 General Microbiology and Public Health Laboratory
PSYC 001 Introduction to PsychologyPSY 200 General Psychology
ENVS 001 Introduction to Environmental IssuesNo Current Equivalent
STAT 095 Elementary StatisticsMATH 124 Elementary Statistics
   OR
PSY 171 Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology
   OR
HS 067 Introductory Health StatisticsMATH 124 Elementary Statistics
   OR
PSY 171 Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology

Lower Division Requirements of the Major:

NUFS 008 Nutrition for the Health ProfessionsDFM 253 Nutrition in Health and Disease
NUFS 031 Professionalism in Nutrition, Food Science and PackagingNo Current Equivalent

Select One "specialized" area from the following:

For Nutrition Science, also complete:

CHEM 001A General ChemistryChem 115 Gen Chem I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry
CHEM 001B General ChemistryChem 215 Gen Chem II: Quant Appl of Chem Concepts
   AND
Chem 216 General Chemistry II: Laboratory
CHEM 008 Organic ChemistryNo Current Equivalent
BIOL 065 Human AnatomyBIOL 328 Human Anatomy
or
BIOL 065O Human Anatomy
(or approved equivalent transfer course)
BIOL 220 Principles of Human Anatomy
BIOL 066 Human PhysiologyBIOL 212 Principles of Human Physiology
   AND
BIOL 213 Principles of Human Physiology Laboratory
   OR
BIOL 612 Human Physiology
   AND
BIOL 613GW Human Physiology Lab
NUFS 021 Culinary Principles and PracticeNo Current Equivalent

For Nutrition Education, also complete:

BIOL 021 Human BiologyBIOL 100 Human Biology
   AND
BIOL 101 Human Biology Laboratory
CHEM 030A Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 030B Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
NUFS 021 Culinary Principles and PracticeNo Current Equivalent
SPAN 004A Basic Spanish INo Current Equivalent

For Sports Nutrition, also complete:

BIOL 066 Human PhysiologyBIOL 212 Principles of Human Physiology
   AND
BIOL 213 Principles of Human Physiology Laboratory
   OR
BIOL 612 Human Physiology
   AND
BIOL 613GW Human Physiology Lab
CHEM 030A Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 030B Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
NUFS 021 Culinary Principles and PracticeNo Current Equivalent

For Food Management, also complete:

NUFS 020 Sanitation and Environmental Issues in the Hospitality IndustryNo Current Equivalent
NUFS 021 Culinary Principles and PracticeNo Current Equivalent
NUFS 022 Catering and Beverage ManagementNo Current Equivalent
NUFS 025 Internship in Foodservice ManagementNo Current Equivalent
BIOL 021 Human BiologyBIOL 100 Human Biology
   AND
BIOL 101 Human Biology Laboratory
BUS1 020N Survey of AccountingNo Current Equivalent
CHEM 030A Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 030B Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
ECON 001A Principles of Economics: MacroeconomicsECON 102 Intro. to Macroeconomic Analysis
   OR
ECON 001B Principles of Economics: MicroeconomicsEcon 101 Intro. to Microeconomic Analysis
NUFS 012 Cost Control in HospitalityNo Current Equivalent
NUFS 023 Culinary ConceptsNo Current Equivalent
   OR
HSPM 023 Culinary ConceptsNo Current Equivalent

For Environmental Food and Health Specialist, also complete:

CHEM 001A General ChemistryChem 115 Gen Chem I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry
CHEM 001B General ChemistryChem 215 Gen Chem II: Quant Appl of Chem Concepts
   AND
Chem 216 General Chemistry II: Laboratory
CHEM 030B Introductory ChemistryCHEM 101 Survey of Chemistry
   AND
CHEM 102 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
MATH 008 College AlgebraMATH 199 Pre-Calculus
NUFS 020 Sanitation and Environmental Issues in the Hospitality IndustryNo Current Equivalent
PHYS 002A Fundamentals of PhysicsPhys 111 General Physics I
   AND
Phys 112 General Physics I Laboratory
PHYS 002B Fundamentals of PhysicsPhys 121 General Physics II
   AND
Phys 122 General Physics II Lab
BIOL 030 Principles of Biology IBIOL 230 Introductory Biology I
   AND
BIOL 240 Introductory Biology II
   OR
BIOL 031 Principles of Biology IIBIOL 230 Introductory Biology I
   AND
BIOL 240 Introductory Biology II
NUFS 021 Culinary Principles and PracticeNo Current Equivalent
   OR
NUFS 022 Catering and Beverage ManagementNo Current Equivalent


IMPORTANT TRANSFER INFORMATION:

Admission to San Jose State is competitive in all majors. SJSU continues to have more qualified applicants than available new student spaces. Because of this, SJSU is an impacted campus with impacted programs. For the most current information regarding admission impaction at SJSU please visit our website SJSU Impaction Information page.

Prior to transferring to San Jose State University all transfers must earn at least 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter), including the CSU four basic skill courses required for CSU admission eligibility (except majors which have an approved CSU GE A3 waiver). Within those 60 semester/90 quarter units, students are strongly encouraged to complete the following:

1. Lower Division Major Course Requirements (especially for STEM Majors):
Complete as many of the lower division courses required for the major as possible. Many of these courses may be double counted as part of the CSU GE-Breadth 39 semester unit requirements. The lower division major courses for this major are shown above.

2. General Education Requirements:
Complete all the CSU GE Breadth requirements at the community college (39 semester units/58 quarter units). The approved courses for each area can be found at www.assist.org under the link "CSU GE-Breadth Certification Courses" for your college. Many of these courses may be double counted to meet the major requirements shown above, so choose your courses wisely. Some SJSU majors which meet GE requirements within the majors are noted on the Major Exceptions and Modifications page in our catalog. Please see your college counselor/advisor to review your general education in order to receive FULL OR PARTIAL CERTIFICATION PRIOR TO TRANSFER to San Jose State University.

3. Second Course in English Composition highly recommended:
All students are strongly encouraged to complete a second English composition course as part of their lower division GE prior to transferring to SJSU (either to meet CSU GE Area A3 or C2) for the greatest success in passing the Writing Skills Test (WST) at SJSU. Complete this course with a grade of "C" or better prior to registering for the WST at SJSU to avoid delays in enrollment for other SJSU courses. To register for the WST contact our Testing office at: testing.sjsu.edu.

4. American Institutions Requirement (US 1, US 2, and US 3 must be completed):
This requirement is normally 2 courses and can be taken as part of your CSU GE-Breadth 39 semester unit requirements (GE Area D and sometimes Area C). The approved courses can be found at www.assist.org under the link "CSU U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals Courses" for your college.

5. Graduation Requirement - Physical Education (PE):
All undergraduate students who matriculate at SJSU are required to complete two units of physical education from Kinesiology/Dance activity courses, unless the major program has an approved PE waiver. Majors which have approved PE waivers are noted on the Major Exceptions and Modifications page in our catalog.