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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Nutritional Sciences 709 Graduate Courses  

Graduate Courses

16:709:503Introduction to Applied Nutrition Research (3) Pre- or corequisites: 16:709:552,553, and statistics.
16:709:504(S) Seminar in Nutrition Education (3) Investigation, discussion, and evaluation of current research in nutrition education. Prerequisites: 11:709:400, 401 or equivalent.
16:709:506Nutritional Aspects of Disease (3) Advanced study of pathophysiological aspects of disease states and the relation to nutrition. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:515Principles of Nutrition Research (3) Advanced topics in metabolic regulation including principles of experimental design as applied to nutrition research. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:521(S) Community Nutrition (3) Study of nutritional aspects of public health service and community agencies, and of programs designed to improve nutritional status of various population groups. Prerequisites: 11:709:400, 401, or equivalent.
16:709:552,553Nutrition: A Biochemical and Physiological Basis (4,4) Digestion, function, and metabolism of proteins and amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, minerals, and vitamins. Regulatory mechanisms, developmental changes, and species differences that influence the requirements and metabolism of nutrients. Effect of nutrient supply on metabolism at the molecular, cellular, and systemic levels, including special metabolic needs during growth, reproduction, stress, and senescence in animals and man. Prerequisites: 11:115:403; 16:115:511 or equivalent. Required of all students.
16:709:601,602Nutritional Sciences Seminar (1,2) Student, faculty, and guest speakers. Student presentation required.
16:709:603,604Advanced Studies in Nutrition (BA,BA)
16:709:621Advanced Topics: Metabolic Regulation (1) Informal, critical discussion and directed study of current literature and concepts in nutrient metabolism. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:622Advanced Topics in Mineral Nutrition (1) Informal, critical discussion and directed study of current literature and concepts in mineral nutrition. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:623Advanced Topics: Molecular Nutrition (1) Informal, critical discussion and directed study of current literature and concepts in the nutritional control of gene expression. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:624Advanced Topics in Nutritional Sciences (1) Informal, critical discussion and directed study in current areas of nutrition research. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553.
16:709:625Recent Advances in Nutritional Sciences (1) Informal, critical discussion and directed study in nutritional sciences, ranging from specialized research approaches and techniques to aspects of national and international nutrition policy. Prerequisites: 16:709:552,553, or permission of instructor.
16:709:687,688Independent Studies in Nutritional Sciences (3,3)
16:709:701,702Research in Nutritional Sciences (BA,BA)
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