Entering into the nutrition major sophomore year, will it be difficult for me to graduate in four years?

The Nutrition major does require 8 semesters and a particular sequence of classes, but if you already have some Gen-Eds out of the way then you may be able to catch up. You are especially at an advantage if you have already taken some classes such as Chemistry or Biology which are a few of the prerequisites for some basic nutrition classes. You can also take summer courses to fit in your prerequisites. Although many students choose to take an extra semester to complete their degree for any number of reasons, a lot of students are able to graduate within the four year time frame.

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