Agenda Item FA 14-05

Submitted by the Academic Programs Committee

Brooks College oh Health (Undergraduate)

(Nutrition and Dietetics, School of Nursing): New Course, Courses Changes, and Programs of Study Changes (4 packages)

03/06/14: Passed

03/14/14: Approved

Log Number: 201308-81

Nutrition and Dietetics – Undergraduate

 

Change a degree-major of an existing program                        
Bachelor of Science - Nutrition and Dietetics Major

Summary of the Changes:
We previously made a change to the program requirements that stipulated a required grade of B or higher for three program prerequisite courses: BSC2085C, BSC2086C, and HUN2201. This was effective Fall 2013.We now need to change the APC's for each individual major course that requires one or more of these three affected prerequisite courses. 
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Change an existing course

Advanced Nutrition Science I

HUN

Junior (3xxx)

230

Course prerequisites BSC2085C, BSC2086C, and HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:
Prerequisites: HUN 2201 (must receive a grade of B or higher),CHM 2045, CHM 2045L, BSC2085C (must receive a grade of B or higher) , BSC2086C (must receive a grade of B or higher) Co-requisites: FSS 1202, FSS 1202L, BSH 3023C (all may be taken earlier) This course covers the advanced study of macronutrients (carbohydrates proteins and lipids) fiber and energy as well as their function in relation to human requirements. Advanced concepts of macronutrients and fiber digestion, absorption and metabolism, as well as energy metabolism, food sources, human requirements and biochemical markers of nutrient deficiency/excess will be discussed. The concepts of energy balance, regulation of food intake, overnutrition, disordered eating, chronic disease (diabetes, hypoglycemia, obesity and cardiovascular diseases), physical activity and its implications for human health will be covered.

 

Change an existing course

Nutrition Sci Res and Ethic

HUN

Junior (3xxx)

800

The course prerequisites HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:
Prerequisites: STA 2014, HUN 2201( must have a grade of B or higher). This course is designed to develop basic skills related to finding, reading and applying research findings in the field of nutrition & dietetics. Students will conduct a literature search and develop a literature review. The course also provides an overview of the ethical considerations involved in human research and the concept of evidence-based dietetic practice.

 

Change an existing course

Life Span Nutrition

HUN

Junior (3xxx)

403

The course prerequisite HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:

Prerequisites: FSS 1202, FSS 1202L, HUN 2201 (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), CHM 2045C, BSC 2085C (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), BSC 2086C (must be completed with a grade of B or higher). Students will assess nutrient needs of individuals at different stages of the life cycle and plan menus that meet their nutritional needs.

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Community Nutrition

DIE

Junior (3xxx)

310

The course prerequisite HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:
Prerequisite: HUN 2201 (must be completed with a grade of B or higher). An introduction to state, federal, and local nutrition intervention programs and their impacts. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic tools used in community nutrition and programs as well as methods used to address community nutrition issues.

 

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Nutrition Therapy I

DIE

Junior (3xxx)

213

Course prerequisites BSC2085C, BSC2086C, and HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.

New Course Description:
Prerequisite: HUN 3230, HUN 3231, HUN 2201(must be completed with a grade of B or higher), BCH 3023C, BSC 2085C (must be completed with a grade of B or higher) & BSC 2086C (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), CHM 2045C, FSS 1202, FSS 1202L, HUN 3403.
Description: Students will be able to identify common illness conditions of populations at different stages in the life cycle, conduct nutrition assessments and screen for special dietary needs, and plan progressive diets and diets modified in consistency and residue.

 

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Management Of Food/Nutrition I

DIE

Senior (4xxx)

122

The course prerequisite HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:
Prerequisite: HUN 2201 (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), MCB 2010C, FSS 1202, FSS 1202L, HSA 3111, MAC 1105.
Description: Principles for effective management of food and nutrition services in various health care settings are provided. The component parts of the food service system, from purchasing through meal service, are explored along with methods for effective and efficient delivery of nutrition care.

 

Change an existing course

Nutrition Education

HUN

Senior (4xxx)

601C

The course prerequisite HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:.
Prerequisite: HUN 2201 Basic Principles of Nutrition (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), HUN 3230 Advanced Nutrition Science I, HUN 3231 Advanced Nutrition Science II. Through lecture and lab activities, students will describe learning theories applicable to nutrition education, plan nutrition education sessions, develop nutrition education materials and work with instructional media in preparation for group and individual nutrition education. Students will modify nutrition education materials for varied population groups.

 

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Nutrition Counsel and Comm

HUN

Senior (4xxx)

016C

The course prerequisite HUN2201 must be completed with a grade of B or higher.
New Course Description:
Prerequisites: HUN 2201 Basic Principles of Nutrition (must be completed with a grade of B or higher), HUN 3230 Advanced Nutrition Science I, HUN 3231 Advanced Nutrition Science II. Through lecture, lab and video recording activities, students will describe theories related to communication, motivation, and nutrition counseling and apply basic nutrition counseling methods to the conduct of nutrition interviews and counseling sessions.

 

Log Number: 201401-2

School of Nursing – Undergraduate

 

Change an existing course

Transition Concepts

NUR

Junior (3xxx)

082

We would like to change the course title NUR 3082 Transition Concepts to NUR 3082 Perspectives in Chronicity, description and objectives to reflect the current changes in health care and to more accurately describe what is currently being taught in the course.
New Course Description:
This course includes information on the concept of chronicity from the lived perspective of individuals and families experiencing a chronic condition. Emphasis is on factors that affect the optimal health and well-being of vulnerable populations, individuals and families. Special emphasis on evidence-based models of care and implications for collaborative nursing practice will also be included. 
Pre-requisites are: NUR 3065L Health Assessment, NUR 3166 Nursing Science I, and NUR 3619 Family/Community Assessment.

 

Log Number: 201401-3

School of Nursing – Undergraduate

 

Change an existing course

Transition Practice

NUR

Junior (3xxx)

082L

We are changing the course title, NUR 3082L Transition Practice to NUR 3082L Perspectives in Chronicity: Nursing Practice, description and objectives to reflect the current changes in health care and what is currently being taught in the course.
New Course Description:
The learner will participate in clinical activities in the practice of chronic care and health promotion focusing on vulnerable individuals and families in the community.

 

Log Number: 201401-8

School of Nursing – Undergraduate

 

Add a new course

Identification of Emergency Situations (3 crs)

NUR

Senior (4xxx)

000

Prerequisites:   
None
Co-requisites:   
None

Course Description:
During this course, the student will review emergency situations that occur in the acute care setting. The course is designed to highlight emergency identification and rapid response protocols. Rapid Response interventions, collaborative communication and ACLS protocols will be emphasized. In addition, current case studies and simulation exercises will be utilized with course material. ACLS certification will be offered as part of the course and will be given at completion of the course.