NUTR650: Socio-ecological Approaches to Child and Adolescent Nutrition
- Graduate level
- Winter term(s) for residential students;
- 3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
- Instructor(s): Bauer, Kate (Residential);
- Not offered 2022-2023
- Prerequisites: graduate student status,graduate student status
- Undergraduates are allowed to enroll in this course.
- Description: This course utilizes a socio-ecological approach to provide a comprehensive introduction to issues and current debates related to public health nutrition among children and adolescents. Throughout the semester, woven through all of these topics, there will be extensive consideration of appropriate research methodologies and critical reading of current scientific literature.
- Syllabus for NUTR650
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||NUTR||MPH||Develop appropriate designs to rigorously monitor and evaluate nutrition programs and policies in diverse contexts||NUTR633, NUTR650, NUTR677||NUTR||MPH||Apply public health theoretical frameworks and nutrition research evidence to inform public health actions||NUTR642, NUTR650, NUTR677, NUTR633||NUTR||MPH||Explain dietary influences on health outcomes, and identify population-based strategies to improve nutritional health||NUTR642, NUTR650, NUTR677||NUTR||Nutritional Interventions||PhD||Demonstrate familiarity of behavioral change theories and conceptual frameworks relevant to nutrition interventions in clinical and/or community contexts||NUTR650|