The Science of FoodIf you want to develop new food products or teach families at risk about nutrition, a BSc in nutrition and food science may be your post-secondary choice.
You may start with a pre-professional year at Lakeland College taking some of the building blocks--biology, biochemistry, math, statistics and that required English-- for later classes. You would complete your degree at the University of Alberta.
Careers paths are diverse and depend on your major and any designations you might seek. Options include registered dietician, food scientist, food inspector and community health educator.