100-1 Careers in Dietetics. Overview of the diverse career options in dietetics from the perspective of guest speakers, readings, and assignments. Required courses and skills that characterize the dietetic professional will be reviewed. Restricted to HND major or consent of instructor.
HND101 - Personal Nutrition
101-2 Personal Nutrition. (University Core Curriculum) This course integrates nutrition and promotion of health through prevention of disease and will answer questions found daily in the media regarding nutrition. Topics emphasized are functions of basic nutrients, impact of culture, gender, ethnicity, social environments and lifestyle on nutrition and health.
HND206 - Food Service Sanitation
206-1 Food Service Sanitation. (Same as HTEM 206) Basic sanitation principles and application in food service. Employee sanitation training, sanitation standards and safety regulations in the food service will be part of the course. Upon completion of the course, students will be eligible for the sanitation certificate national exam. Grade of C or better required.
HND215 - Introduction to Nutrition
215-2 Introduction to Nutrition. (Same as ANS 215) An up-to-date study of basic principles of nutrition including classification of nutrients (physical and chemical properties) and their uses in order to provide the student a working knowledge of nutrition in today's environment.
HND247A - School Lunch Program-Purchase
247A-1 The School Lunch Program-Food Purchasing.
HND247B - School Lunch Program-Qty Fd Pr
247B-1 The School Lunch Program-Quantity Food Production.
HND247C - School Lunch Program-Nutr Prac
247C-1 The School Lunch Program-Nutrition Practices in the School Lunchroom.
HND256 - Science of Food
256-5 Science of Food. Application of scientific principles including preparation, chemistry, functions, and interrelationships in ingredients and their effects on physical, chemical, and sensory characteristics of foods. Three lectures and two three-hour laboratories per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 140A or 200 and 201.
HND300 - Dining in Ancient World
300-3 Wining and Dining in the Ancient World. Since the beginning of time, food and drink have been basic needs for every human being. This course will take you back in time to explore ancient dietary customs and symbolism, including how materials for food and drink were gathered, processed and prepared, and their influence on health. We will explore fermentation as a processing and preservation method and examine evidence of the impact of fermentation on the agricultural revolution and the dawn of civilization.
HND320 - Foundations Human Nutrition
320-3 Foundations of Human Nutrition. Principles of human nutrition in relation to intermediary metabolism and the role of vitamins and minerals. Prerequisite: HND 101, CHEM 140A or CHEM 200 and 201.
HND321 - Nutrition Care Process
321-3 Nutrition Care Process in Practice. Application of the nutrition care process to assess nutrition status, formulate nutrition diagnosis, create intervention strategies such as meal plans, foster counseling skills, and monitor health outcomes. Prerequisite: HND 320 or equivalent. Restricted to HND major.
HND356 - Experimental Foods
356-3 Experimental Foods. Experimental approach to the study of food science including factors influencing the interrelationships of ingredients and their effects on physical, chemical, and sensory characteristics of food. Prerequisites: HND/HTEM 206 or sanitation certification, HND/HTEM 360. Lab fee: $30.
HND360 - Quantity Food Production
360-4 Quantity Food Production. (Same as HTEM 360) Basic principles of foodservice management and its application to volume food production, menu development, food safety, procurement, kitchen equipment, customer service, marketing and finance will be covered during the semester. A basic cooking lab will provide hands-on experience in food preparation. A grade of C or better required. Prerequisite: HTEM 202, HTEM 206 or HND 206 or concurrent enrollment. Restricted to sophomore standing. Lab fee: $30.
HND371 - Field Experience
371-2 Field Experience. Opportunity for supervised learning experiences in the student's major. Restricted to food and nutrition majors only, sophomore status.Special approval needed from internship coordinator.
HND373 - Food & Labor Cost Control
373-3 Food and Labor Cost Control. (Same as HTEM 373) Examination of the managerial responsibilities of the food and beverage manager in the hospitality operation. Management methods in budgeting, forecasting, cost control, and establishing operational policies and systems. A grade of C or better required. Prerequisites: HTEM 206 or HND 206 or concurrent enrollment. Restricted to sophomore standing. Lab fee: $30.
HND390 - Special Studies in HND
390-1 to 4 Special Studies in Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Enables students to pursue personal research interests in the human nutrition and dietetics area. Restricted to juniors and seniors only. Special approval needed from the department.
HND400 - Career Development
400-1 Career Development. Review of the post-baccalaureate accredited Internship Program application process. Not for graduate credit. Prerequisite: HND 100. Restricted to senior status.
HND410 - Nutrition & Wellness Ed
410-3 Nutrition and Wellness Education. This course explores research, theories and practices that influence human health behavior. Educational principles associated with behavior change including health literacy, assessing populations at risk, and designing effective health communication strategies are examined. Theories to explain human behavior, such as the Health Belief Model, Social Cognitive Theory, Transtheoretical Model, and Social Ecological Model will be studied, particularly as they relate to health education programming and how individual behavior is influenced. Prerequisite: HND 321.
HND420 - Recent Developments Nutrition
420-3 Recent Developments in Nutrition. Critical study of current scientific literature in nutrition. Prerequisite: HND 320.
HND425 - Nutrition Biochemistry
425-3 Biochemical Aspects in Nutrition. (Same as ANS 425) The interrelationship of cell physiology, metabolism and nutrition as related to energy and nutrient utilization, including host needs and biochemical disorders and diseases requiring specific nutritional considerations. Prerequisite: ANS 215 or HND 320, CHEM 140B, PHSL 201 and 208.
HND445 - Nutr for Sport & Exercise
445-3 Nutrition for Sport and Exercise. This course presents the metabolic and physiologic basis for macronutrient and micronutrient requirements during training, competition/performance, and recovery. The course begins with a brief overview of nutrition and exercise metabolism, followed by examination of nutritional requirements for sport and exercise, and concluding with a discussion of the practical aspects of nutrition related to athletes and exercise enthusiasts. Restricted to Junior, Senior, or Graduate Standing or permission of instructor.
HND461 - Service Organization & Mgmt
461-3 Service Organization and Management. (Same as HTEM 461) Managerial aspects of the hospitality industry as related to provision of quality service. Organizational structures, management techniques, decision-making abilities, ethics, leadership, and human resource issues are examined. A grade of C or better required. Prerequisite: HTEM 202, HTEM 380 with a grade of C or better. Restricted to junior standing or consent.
HND470 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
470-3 Medical Nutrition Therapy I. This is the first in a 2-course sequence of the study of pathophysiology and principles of medical nutrition therapy for various disease states. Application of Nutrition Care Process, nutrition screening and assessment, and medical record documentation. Prerequisite: HND 320, HND 321, AH 105, CHEM 140B, PHSL 201 and 208. Restricted to HND students.
HND472 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
472-3 Medical Nutrition Therapy II. The continued study of pathophysiology and principles of medical nutrition therapy for various disease states. Application of Nutrition Care Process, nutrition screening and assessment, and medical record documentation. Prerequisite: HND 470. Restricted to HND majors.
HND475 - Nutrition Through Life Cycle
475-3 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle. This course will review nutrition during major phases of the life cycle. It will include units on: women's health during the preconception period pregnancy and lactation; infancy; childhood; adolescence; and older adults (65+). Students will complete life cycle projects and case studies for each phase of life throughout the course. Prerequisite: HND 320. Restricted to HND major.
HND480 - Community Nutrition
480-3 Community Nutrition. This course will provide a general foundation of Community Nutrition and how the Registered Dietitian/Community Nutritionist works in a community setting. This course will cover areas such as determining needs for nutrition education/intervention, public policy, supplemental nutrition programs, funding and grant writing. Prerequisite: HND 475. Restricted to HND major.
HND485 - Advanced Nutrition
485-3 Advanced Nutrition. This course applies advanced principles of biochemistry and physiology to expand on basic nutrition information and explains the role of nutrients from cellular and mechanistic aspects. Prerequisite: HND 320, 425.
HND490 - Practicum Sport Nutr & Welnes
490-3 Practicum in Sport Nutrition and Wellness. This is an opportunity to gain field experience in wellness and sports nutrition and collaborate with peers to share experiences and work through a variety of problems. It is a "capstone" course: one that brings together the theory, knowledge, and skills that you've gained through completion of the Nutrition curriculum that you may apply in a live setting. The goal of this course is to expose students to a variety of situations they may encounter in a wellness and/or sports nutrition profession. Restricted to senior standing or instructor approval.
HND495 - Nutrition and Obesity
495-3 Nutrition and Obesity. This course will examine the multifactorial etiology of obesity, its corresponding health consequences, and the role of diet in prevention and treatment of obesity and its related comorbidities. At the end of this course, students will be able to (i) understand basic physiological and metabolic concepts underlying the development of obesity; (ii) discuss the health consequences of obesity across the lifespan; and (iii) describe the nutrition-related approaches for prevention and treatment of obesity. Prerequisite: HND 425 or concurrent enrollment.