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2012-2013 CSULB University Catalog

Nutrition and Dietetics

Courses - NUTR Upper Division

331A. Fundamentals of Human Nutrition (3)

Prerequisites: NUTR 132, BIOL 207, CHEM 302 or 327 or equivalent.
Nutritional needs with emphasis on the physiological and chemical foundation for these needs; factors influencing nutrient needs.
(Lecture-Discussion 3 hours)

331B. Fundamentals of Human Nutrition (3)

Prerequisite: NUTR 331A.
Nutritional needs with emphasis on changes through the life cycle. Introduction to dietary modifications in various pathological conditions. Introduction to nutrition assessment and nutrition education techniques.
(Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

333. Latino Nutrition, Health and Chronic Disease Prevention (3)

Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirement, one or more Exploration courses and upper division standing.
Explores nutrition-related and contextual factors associated with the high rates of chronic disease among diverse Latino-specific subpopulations and provide culturally-relevant strategies for prevention.
Letter grade only (A-F). Same course as HSC 333. Not open for credit to students with credit in HSC 333.

336. Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition (3)

Prerequisites: PSY 100 or SOC 100 or ANTH 120 or equivalent; NUTR 132.
Cross-cultural study of food and nutrition. Factors such as religion, food supply and socioeconomic status are considered as they influence nutritional status and food intake in various populations throughout the world.
(Lecture 3 hours)

339. Metabolic Functions of Nutrients (1)

Prerequisites: CHEM 140; BIOL 207, and consent of instructor.
Metabolic role of nutrients in the human body; practical application of nutrition to patient care.
Open to Nursing Majors only. (Activity 2 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).

436. Advanced Nutrition (3)

Prerequisites: NUTR 331B, CHEM 448, 449 (may be taken concurrently).
Metabolism of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins; interrelationship of nutrients; principles of determining nutritional requirements of individuals.
(Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

436L. Nutritional Status Assessment Techniques (3)

Prerequisites/Corequisites: NUTR 436 and CHEM 449.
Designed to provide training in nutrition assessment and nutrition counseling. Use of procedures for interviewing, counseling, and instructing patients/clients in various settings comparable to those encountered in dietetic practice. Includes laboratory methods for collection and interpretation of demographic, dietary, anthropometrics, biochemical, and clinical data.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Discussion 1 hour, Laboratory 3 hours, Clinical Practice 3 hours)

438. Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

Prerequisites: NUTR 436, 436L (may be taken concurrently). Therapeutic nutrition. Metabolic changes in specific pathological conditions; dietary modifications used for treatment.
(Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

439. Nutrition and Aging (3)

Prerequisites: NUTR 132 or BIOL 207 or BIOL 301 or GERN 400I or consent of instructor.
Nutritional needs as related to physiological changes that occur during aging. Factors that influence food intake and nutritional status of the elderly. Diet adaptation for chronic diseases commonly found in older adults.
Letter grade only (A-F). Same course as GERN 439. Not open for credit to students with credit in GERN 439. (Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

461. Community Nutrition (3)

Prerequisites: Upper-division standing, NUTR 331B.
Survey of nutrition programs in the community. Techniques of program planning, implementation, management and evaluation.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Lecture-activity 3 hours)

468. Nutrition for Exercise and Performance (3)

Prerequisites: NUTR 132, KIN 301 for the KIN Fitness option and the KIN Exercise Science option or BIOL 207 for the Nutrition and Dietetics option.
Explores the role nutrients play in exercise and performance enhancement. Topics include evaluation of energy needs during physical activity, examination of weight management practices, assessment of nutritional status, and investigation of contemporary dietary issues related to exercise.
Letter grade only (A-F). Same course as KIN 468. Not open for credit to students with credit in KIN 468. Open to Kinesiology undergraduate students in the Fitness and Exercise Science options and to the Nutrition and Dietetics option in Family and Consumer Sciences.

492K. Internship in Nutrition and Dietetics (3)

Prerequisites: Student must be a Family and Consumer Sciences: Nutrition and Dietetics major; have senior standing; have a 2.5 overall GPA or a 3.0 major GPA; approval of a faculty advisor in Nutrition and Dietetics; and HFHM 275, NUTR 331B and FSCI 332. Each prerequisite course must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. A course in which a grade lower than "C" is received must be retaken and successfully completed prior to enrolling in any course for which it is a prerequisite. A student receiving a grade lower than a "C" may proceed with other courses with approval of the Area Coordinator.
Field experience in which student assumes a preprofessional role in a professional setting. Objectives developed by student with supervisor must be approved by major advisor and form the basis for evaluation.
May be repeated for 6 units maximum. (Seminar 3 hours)

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