2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

BIOL 105 Health and Nutrition

The aim of this course is to engage the student to contemporary theories and concepts about nutrition. This will include diet and exercise, pathology of eating disorders, and the effect of diet on emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Students will also begin analyzing the source of information. At the end of the course, the student will have acquired and discussed a number of current issues and be able to have an informed and logical view, and will understand the fundamentals of nutrition across the lifespan. Students must take BIOL105 for four credits in order for this course to meet the general education laboratory science requirement. The three credit option is for elective credit only.


3 or 4


Every semester