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New Courses and Programs of Study Changes (4 packages)
Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences – Undergraduate
Change a degree-major - concentration of an existing program Bachelor of Science in Health- Health Science Major – Exercise Science Concentration
Summary of the Changes:
This request is to remove HUN4414 Nutrition for Physical Activity and Health (3 credits) and to replace it with a new course APK4XXX Bioenergetics (3 credits). The total semester hours for major requirements remains at 53 credits. The Bachelor of Science in Health Exercise Science concentration Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) and the Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences (CoAES). The proposed Bioenergetics course was created based on CAAHEP/CoAES Standards and Guidelines that require instruction and evaluation of educational competencies related to specific subject content areas. The proposed course will offer the unique prospective that focuses on concepts specific to the Exercise Physiologist’s scope of practice within an interdisciplinary health care approach. The Program Faculty agree that an in-depth understanding of bioenergetic systems as they relate to exercise physiology is critical and will exceed accreditation standards. The Brooks College of Health Nutrition and Dietetics Department was involved in the course creation and has given approval for the course.
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Bioenergetics (3 crs)
Prerequisites: NoneCo-requisites: NoneCourse Description:This course provides an overview of how the body takes in energy, digests, absorbs, and metabolizes nutrients, and the possible roles of sports supplements in these processes. Emphasis will be placed on energy systems of the body, fluid balance, gastrointestinal tract, ergogenic aids, and energy balance.
Nutrition & Dietetics– Undergraduate
Change a degree-major of an existing program Bachelor of Science – Nutrition & Dietetics Major
This is a request to remove HSA4111 U.S. Health Care System (3 credits) and HSA3160 Health Care Marketing (3 credits) and add HUN3XXX Nutrition and Fitness (3 credits) and HUN4XXXL Nutrition Assessment and Communication Laboratory (3 credits) to the program of study. This change is being made to meet program accreditation content requirements and does not change total program credit requirements which remains at 120.
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Nutrition Assessment and Communication Laboratory (3crs)
Prerequisites: "HUN2201: Basic Principles of Human Nutr" AND "HUN3230: Advanced Nutrition Science I" AND "HUN3231: Advanced Nutrition Science II" AND "DIE3213: Nutrition Therapy I" AND "HUN4016C: Nutrition Counsel and Comm"Co-requisites: NoneCourse Description:This course reinforces the skills necessary to provide accurate and effective nutrition intervention and communication strategies in a variety of practice settings. This course will utilize case-study, simulation, problem-based activities and communication in a lab setting. Pre-requisites include HUN2201 Basic Principles of Human Nutrition, HUN3230/3231 Advanced Nutrition Science I/II, DIE3212 Nutrition Therapy I, and HUN4016c Nutrition Counseling and Communication.
Nutrition and Fitness (3 crs)
Prerequisites: "HUN2201: Basic Principles of Human Nutr"Co-requisites: NoneCourse Description:This course provides students with an introduction to nutrition strategies related to fitness and physical activity.
Add a new minor Food Systems and Sustainability Minor
Based on current trends and student interest and requests, we are proposing the addition of the first UNF minor in Food Systems and Sustainability. This minor will explore the entire food system, current and proposed strategies related to food sustainability, and provide students with the opportunity to engage in experiential learning related to food systems and sustainability. The minor will include options from 5 existing courses: FSS1202 Food Fundamentals (3 credits), HUN2201 Basic Principles of Human Nutrition (3 credits), HSC3578 Food, Health and Society (3 credits), and DIE4940 Nutrition and Diet Field Experience (3 credits) OR Approved Study Abroad (3 credits) and one new course, FSSXXXX Seminar in Food Systems and Sustainability (3 credits).
Seminar in Food Systems and Sustainability (3 crs)
Prerequisites: NoneCo-requisites: NoneCourse Description:This new course, Seminar in Food Systems and Sustainability (3 credits), provides students with introductory principles related to food systems and sustainability. Students will explore food systems through all stages of the food supply chain, examine policies related to agriculture and food systems, and explore current and proposed strategies related to food sustainability.
School of Nursing– Undergraduate
Change a degree-major-concentration of an existing program BS in Nursing– Nursing Major – Nursing-RN Concentration
Two courses in the RN-BSN program were inadvertently deleted when we made course changes to the accelerated concentration under log # 201605-19. Courses NUR 4636 Community Partnerships and NUR 4845L Directed Clinical Study were deleted. So, we would like to create 2 new courses to replace the deleted courses. They are: NUR 4XXX Community Partnerships (3 credits) and NUR 4XXXL Directed Clinical Study (1 credit hour)
Community Partnerships (3 crs)
Prerequisites: "NUR3082: Perspectives in Chronicity" AND "NUR3082L: Perspectives in Chronicity: Nu" AND "NUR4826: Ethical-Legal Concepts in Nurs"Co-requisites: "NUR4636L: Community Nursing Practice"Course Description:This course includes information on the importance of partnerships in promoting community health. The focus is on collaborative planning, implementation, and evaluation of culturally sensitive health promotion and prevention interventions with individuals and populations.
Directed Clinical Study (1 cr)
Prerequisites: "NUR3167: Nursing Science II" AND "NUR4826: Ethical-Legal Concepts in Nurs" AND "NUR3082: Perspectives in Chronicity" AND "NUR3082L: Perspectives in Chronicity: Nu" AND "NUR4168: Research Translation" AND "NUR4XXX: Community Partnerships" AND "NUR4636L: Community Nursing Practice"Co-requisites: "NUR4827: Leadership and Management Conc" AND "NUR4945: Professional Nursing Integrati"Course Description:During this course the student demonstrates achievement of program objectives while working in partnership with individuals, families, communities and other health care professionals. This course includes information required for transition from the baccalaureate student role to the role of a professional baccalaureate prepared nurse. The focus is on skills used by the nurse to excel as a clinician, professional leader, communicator and as a citizen. Students use evidence and theories from a variety of disciplines in the provision of culturally sensitive care and the improvement of nursing practice.
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