Community Nutrition

SAR HS 566

This course will cover the dramatic effect of the socioeconomic status, cultural and psychological factors on food choices. Students will learn how to target populations, deliver effective nutrition interventions in the community, and perform a community-based needs assessment. Students will also obtain a working knowledge of federal, state, and local assistance programs. Principles related to nutrition education, program planning, and outcome evaluations will be discussed. A community intervention project will be assigned. 4 credits, 1st semester

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Salge-Blake SAR 220 MW 12:20 pm-2:05 pm Prereq: HS561
Mts w/SAR HS366
Nutrition grad
students only

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