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Food and Nutrition at Ryerson or UofT?

A photo of iBeBored iBeBored
Right now, I'm a first year student at the University of Guelph and majoring in nutritional and nutraceutical sciences. Because of personal reasons, I am thinking about transferring to Ryerson and switching my major to Food and Nutrition at either Ryerson or UofT St. George.

The thing is, I'm wondering if any of my credits will be transferred over if I go to Ryerson or UofT because Guelph's system is totally different! After this year, I will have credits for:

General Chemistry I
General Chemistry II
Physics for Life Sciences I
Physics for Life Sciences II
Sociology 1100
Psychology 1200 (Dynamics of Behavior)
Math 1080 (which is basically first year calculus for life sciences)
Biology 1080 (Human health)
Biology 1070 (Biodiversity)
Biology 1090 (Molecular)


All of which are first year courses

I was also reading up on what courses that you have to take at Ryerson, and they seem totally different than these! D: And I haven't even looked at UofT courses yet!

Any information on Ryerson courses or transfer credits would be greatly appreciated!
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Just so you know, the Ryerson program is accredited, if you are eventually planning on becoming a dietitian. U of T's is not.
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@ttaarraa wrote
Just so you know, the Ryerson program is accredited, if you are eventually planning on becoming a dietitian. U of T's is not.



So I would DEFINITELY have to go to Ryerson then...
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A photo of tatechacha tatechacha
Yes - if you want to become a dietitian. If you want to go into research/academics, then no. There're 3 accredited programs in Ontario - Guelph, Ryerson, Western Ontario Brescia.
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