Food, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences
With a bachelor’s degree from the Division of Food, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, you will have the skills needed to succeed in a variety of careers in health, corporate, government and non-profit areas.
Our graduate programs are nationally and internationally known in several research areas. We offer outstanding education and experience that will help you achieve your career goals.
Minors and Certificates
A minor or certificate enhances your resume, making you a more well-rounded and competitive candidate in the job market or graduate school applications.
MORE THAN 96%
of graduates report a successful career outcome
Research expertise in the Division of Food, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences includes:
- Exercise Physiology & Metabolism
- Food Microbiology & Safety
- Food Processing
- Human Nutrition
- Precision Health
CAFNR Ag-celerator for Agricultural Technologies (CAAT) winners announced
The CAFNR Ag-celerator for Agricultural Technologies (CAAT) is a translational research funding opportunity for faculty in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR).