Revolutionize Our Approach to Nutrition and Wellness 

Bachelor of Science in Precision Nutrition and Wellness

The Precision Nutrition and Wellness program is housed in the School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness, which is part of the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

We are on the brink of a revolution, an amazing transformation in how we approach nutrition, health, and wellness. By utilizing precision genomic and molecular tools originally designed in medicine, we are now moving from the frantic race of curing diseases after they are diagnosed to using individualized nutrition and wellness approaches to prevent diseases before they strike. The new BS degree in Precision Nutrition and Wellness was designed to prepare students to participate in and lead this revolution.  This transdisciplinary program will give students the knowledge and skills to discern why certain foods and individual nutrients may be metabolized differently by different individuals and racial/ethnic groups. The program also explores how an individual’s genetics and environment (exercise and lifestyle) interact to influence health and wellness. Earn your Bachelor of Science in Precision Nutrition and Wellness at the University of Arizona and prepare for a career leading the precision nutrition and wellness revolution. 




Nutrigenomics for the Study of Disease Prevention (on-line course)

School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness

NSC 475/575, 3 units

Nutrigenomics is the application of genomics to human nutrition. This online course will explore relevant technologies, genetics, and nutrition. Designed by researchers in colleges and centers of excellence, it will be continually updated with the latest information.  


Precision Nutrition in Biomarkers of Health and Disease (on-line course)

School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness

NSC 470, 3 units

This course will provide and overview of biomarker development. The focus is on cutting edge technologies related to development of biomarkers that are geared towards identifying, predicting, and determining prognosis of disease.