Course

Nutritional Science

Subject: 

BIOS

Course Code: 

12114

Section: 

91

Session: 

II

Course Type: 

Course

Instructor: 

Paul Strieleman

Senior Lecturer, Biological Sciences Collegiate Division

Paul Strieleman is a nutritional biochemist who teaches Introduction to Biochemistry and develops and teaches the laboratories in biochemistry and genetics.

Dates: 

Monday, July 10, 2017 to Friday, July 28, 2017

Days: 

M
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Times: 

10:30 AM–12:30 PM

Tuition: 

3,875

Description: 

This course examines the underlying biological mechanisms of nutrient utilization in humans and the scientific basis for setting human nutritional requirements. The relationships between food choices and human health are also explored. Students consider how to asses the validity of scientific research that provides the basis for advice about how to eat healthfully. Class assignments are designed to help students apply their knowledge by critiquing their nutritional lifestyle, nutritional health claims, and/or current nutrition policy issues.

PQ: BIOS 10100 or 10110, BIOS 10130 for students in the College. This course qualifies as a topics course for the BIOS general education reqm't for non-majors. OPEN to High School Students.

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