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Course Course Title Semester Hours Subject
NUTR 101 INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION 3 semester hours NUTR-Nutrition and Food
Course Description:    Study of nutrition as it relates to health and disease. Includes functions of nutrients; factors affecting nutrient intake, absorption, and utilization; and nutrient needs during the life cycle and illness. Emphasis on planning and preparing daily diets for optimal health. Course concludes by applying the principles of diet modifications to the treatment of disease. (NSND) PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or better in MATH 080, appropriate score on the mathematics placement test, or consent of department. Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly NF 103.
NUTR 202 NUTRITION THROUGH LIFE CYCLE 3 semester hours NUTR-Nutrition and Food
Course Description:    Designed to examine the nutritional needs of humans as they move through the life cycle stages from pre-conception through elder years. It also examines conditions that may alter or substantially impact nutrition at these stages; reviews programs which provide support for food or nutrition education at various life cycle stages; and uses case study data to assess nutrition issues/conditions. Students will assess adequacy of diets as well as design diets to meet needs during various life cycle stages. (R only) PREREQUISITE: BIOL 226, NUTR 101 or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly NF 202.
NUTR 212 FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 3 semester hours NUTR-Nutrition and Food
Course Description:    A general overview of principles of food science and technology, covering food constituents and properties; quality and safety; preservation methods; food regulation; and sensory evaluation. PREREQUISITE: BIOL 226 or NUTR 101, or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly NF 212.

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