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DIT 1525 Human Nutrition

3.0 Credit Hours

This is an in-depth study of the principles of nutrition with emphasis on the functions of the nutrients, their digestion, absorption, metabolism, inter-relationships and nutrition requirements. Incorporates assessment of nutritional health risks, health promotion and disease prevention theories. Explores the influence of socioeconomic, cultural, psychological and environmental factors on food and nutritional behavior.
Prerequisite:   DEV 0024  AND DEV 0032  OR DEV 0044

Summer Term 2014 Schedule
Booklist for DIT 1525
  LAB SEC CALL HRS START END DAY ROOM INSTRUCTOR STATUS
(* indicates prerequisite) (updated hourly)
  301 0208035 3.0 TBA - Schaefer OPEN
    Independent Study Student
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