The faculty has approval to offer the following courses in the academic years 2003-2004 and 2004-2005; however, not all courses are taught each semester or summer session. Students should consult the Course Schedule to determine which courses will be offered during a particular semester or summer session. The Course Schedule may also reflect changes that have made to the course inventory after the publication of this catalog.
Unless otherwise stated below, each course meets for three lecture hours a week for one semester.
380K. Research Methods in Nutritional Sciences.
Topic 1: Experimental Nutrition.
Topic 2: Nutritional Immunology.
Topic 3: Experimental Design and Statistics.
Topic 4: Advanced Experimental Design and Statistics. Additional prerequisite: Nutrition 380K (Topic 3) or consent of instructor.
Topic 5: Carcinogenesis.
Topic 6: Nutritional Biochemistry.
390. Recent Advances in Nutritional Sciences.
Topic 1: Advances in Nutritional Sciences I. Required of all graduate students in nutrition.
Topic 2: Carbohydrates and Fiber.
Topic 3: Lipids.
Topic 4: Vitamins and Minerals.
Topic 5: Minerals.
Topic 6: Molecular Nutritional Sciences.
Topic 7: Advances in Nutritional Sciences II. Required of all graduate students in nutrition.
Topic 8: Clinical Nutrition. Additional prerequisite: Nutrition 668 or 370 or the equivalent or consent of instructor.
Topic 9: Nutrition, Immunology, and Cancer.
Topic 10: Geriatric Nutrition and Metabolism. Study of how aging influences nutrient requirements and metabolism at the biochemical and molecular level. Discussion of dietary changes to offset the effects of aging and to improve quality of life.
Topic 11: Nutrition, Cancer, and Development. The role of nutrition in development from embryo to adult, the role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of cancer, and the ability of nutrients to affect development and disease.
392. Research Problems in Nutritional Sciences.
Topic 1: Biochemical Nutrition.
Topic 2: Nutrient Requirements.
Topic 3: Nutrition and Cancer.
Topic 4: Nutrition and Immunology.
Topic 5: Food Sciences.
Topic 6: Clinical Nutrition.
Topic 7: Nutrition Education.
Topic 8: Developmental Nutrition.
Topic 9: Foodservice Systems.
Topic 10: Nutrition and Metabolism.
Topic 11: Obesity.
194, 294, 394. Graduate Seminar in Nutritional Sciences.
Topic 1: General Nutrition. Required of all students.
Topic 2: Clinical Nutrition.
Topic 3: Molecular and Cellular Nutrition.
Topic 4: Nutrition, Immunology, and Disease.
Topic 5: Nutrition through the Life Cycle.
397C, 697C. Conference Course in Nutritional Sciences.
398R. Master's Report.
398T. Supervised Teaching in Nutrition.
399R, 699R, 999R. Dissertation.
399W, 699W, 999W. Dissertation.
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