Summer Sessions 2019

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CHS 48: Nutrition & Food Studies: Principles & Practice

Session A, June 24 to August 2 AND
Session C, August 5 to September 13
Instructors: (TBA)

Examines and applies basic science concepts of nutrition to student lives and real-world issues through lectures, diet analysis, activities, reports, discussion of video and reading assignments, and reviews of community programs that apply nutrition and behavior theory to improve public health. Describes components of diets and food sources and their roles in maintaining body health. Explores social, cultural, behavioral, and environmental causes of chronic disease.

CHS 100: Community Health Sciences (restricted to undergraduate students)

Session A, June 24 to August 2
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 AM to 12 PM, 51-279 CHS
Instructor: (TBA)

Introduction to concepts, research, and public health practice in community health sciences. Planning of interventions to improve public health. Defining and measuring health and illness and health disparities. Theories of health-related behavior change, health promotion strategies and methods, and public policy.


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