Introduction to Nutrition

Taking Introduction to Nutrition is the low-cost way to quickly fulfill a general education science requirement and complete one of the most common prerequisites for a healthcare related degree. Our popular Introduction to Nutrition course covers topics such as food safety, environmental contamination, the impact of chemical additives and pesticides, undernutrition in the US, food labels, MyPyramid and the nutritional needs of school-age children.

This course fulfills general education requirements in science/healthcare, fits into our affordable degree plans, includes one-on-one academic support (tutoring), and is covered by the StraighterLine Credit Transfer Guarantee.

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Buy the course and get a copy of 'Contemporary Nutrition' at no additional cost

Enrolling in StraighterLine courses is now even more affordable, more convenient and faster with eTextbooks included at no additional cost. More information on StraighterLine eTextbooks

  1. etextbook included

    3Credits

    Introduction to Nutrition from McGraw-Hill

    Includes:

    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • NUTRI101 eTextbook (a $79.70 value)

    $59

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* A 3-credit StraighterLine course is estimated to require approximately 75 hours of study time. Dedicating 17-20 hours per week should allow a student to finish within a single month subscription. That estimate is not guaranteed, and individual experience may differ.