The Division of Health and Human Services offers courses pertaining to the specific areas of Child Development & Family Studies, Food & Nutrition and Dietetics, Health Related Professions, and Health Sciences.
The colleges and universities offering a bachelor degree in these related fields of study
may vary in some requirements. See the adviser for these programs and refer to specific
college and university catalogs for course acceptance verification.
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FCS 1113 – Social and Professional Development
The essentials of good manners and accepted standards for social and professional interactions. Three semester hours credit.
FCS 1233 - Principles of Nutrition
A lecture course covering the practical application of nutrients required for growth and optimal health emphasizing nutrient intake and food selection. Three semester hours credit.
FCS 1253 – Nutrition
A lecture course covering the nutrients required for normal growth and prevention of major chronic diseases, and applied to the selection of food for ingestion, the metabolic process of digestion, assimilation, and absorption, and the applications for healthcare providers. Three semester hours credit.