Studying Nutrition in Grad School
This is probably going to sound like a dumb question to some people, but I'm about to enter my junior year of college. I've always thought I wanted to major in English and have mainly taken English courses, along with a few requirements like Sociology and Astrology as my laboratory science. However, lately I have been thinking about going into the Nutrition field. I know you can study this in graduate school, but do you have to major in a pre-health curriculum in your undergrad years? Or can I apply to a graduate school for nutrition while having an undergrad degree in English? It would be easy for me to stay in the English field, whereas if I had to switch to a pre-health major I would probably have to load up on science classes and take summer courses. This is just a thought to entertain because I am still interested in the English field, but I am curious about Nutrition.
My school doesn't have a Nutrition major, by the way - the closest thing is probably either Health Science or Public Health.
Thank you for your help.
Last edited by cms812; 08-16-2012 at 12:27 AM.