Nutrition and Dietetics - Graduate Program

 

Graduate Program Coordinator:
Katherene Anguah, PhD 
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Tentative Course Offerings 2017-2018

 

Summer 2017

 

FNU 523: Recent Advances in Nutrition: Cancer. 0-3-3. A review of current research related to nutrition in the treatment and prevention of cancer. Online course.

FNU 547: Childhood Weight Issue and Management. 0-3-3. A comprehensive overview of the pediatric obesity epidemic, and the most recent recommendations regarding screening, assessment, and treatment for overweight youth. Online course.

HIM 505: Health Informatics Advanced Statistical Methods. 0-3-3. A study from a healthcare perspective of the advanced statistical methods used to evaluate problems and aid in decision making. Online course. Course is required for the MS degree.

 

Fall 2017

 

FNU 529: Nutritional Management of Diabetes. 0-3-3. Study of issues related to diabetes including assessment and the role of diet in diabetes management. Online course. Course is required for the MS degree. Online course.

FNU 543: Nutrition and Worksite Wellness. 0-3-3. The role of wellness programs in community and clinical settings, including assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs. Online course.

 

Winter 2018

 

HEC 504C: Methodology in Human Ecology Research. 0-3-3. Techniques and principles of design for experimental and educational research in human ecology disciplines. Course is required for the MS degree. Online course.

FNU 527: Adult Weight Management. 0-3-3. A study of nutritional guidelines for weight management. Online course.

FNU 523: Recent Advances in Nutrition: GI. 0-3-3. A study of nutritional issue related to the GI. Online course

 

Spring 2018

 

FNU 528:  Nutritional Management of Cardiovascular Disease. 0-3-3. The role of diet in the prevention, development and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Online course. Course is required for the MS degree.

HIM 505: Health Informatics Advanced Statistical Methods. 0-3-3. A study from a healthcare perspective of the advanced statistical methods used to evaluate problems and aid in decision making. Online course. Course is required for the MS degree.

FNU 523: Recent Advances in Nutrition: Cultural Food Patterns. 0-3-3. This course is an exploration of a variety of foods and cultures that demonstrate the influences of demography, geography, history, social traditions, religious beliefs, and other environmental considerations on food, its preparation, service, and symbolism/meaning. Online course.

FNU 532: Nutrition and Aging. 0-3-3. A study of Nutritional issues related to the aging process