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BIOL 2305 (3-3-0) Introduction to Nutrition (S-L)
An introductory level course investigating the scientific approach to the essential nutrients for human growth and development with an emphasis on clinical application. Nutrition is the study of nutrients and their ingestion, digestion, absorption, metabolism and storage. Students will also investigate food choices and the impact on wellness and health as well as sources, functions, and interactions of nutrients and other health promoting substances. This course will not satisfy the general studies natural sciences laboratory requirement.
This course contains a field-based service-learning component. Fall, Spring.