Aug 23, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Textbook information for required and supplemental materials for all courses can be found at the Life University Bookstore link: http://life.textbookx.com


The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, i.e. Credit Hours:  (2-1-2.5), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of lecture quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of laboratory quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The third digit is the number of credit hours for the course.

A Credit Hour is based on the amount of time spent per week in scheduled activities. Each contact hour of classroom work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Two contact hours of laboratory work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. A minimum of two contact hours of clinical work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Additional clinical work is expected in professional programs to meet either patient or clinic needs and as directed by clinician of record. Online courses, hybrid, accelerated, and other non-traditional modes of delivery will demonstrate equivalent time and effort.

 

Nutrition

   •  NTR 240 - Medical Terminology
   •  NTR 250 - Food and Health Writing
   •  NTR 300 - Fundamentals of Nutrition
   •  NTR 301 - Research Methodology
   •  NTR 303 - Menu Planning & Computers in Nutritional Analysis
   •  NTR 304 - Introduction to Food Science
   •  NTR 305 - Community Nutrition
   •  NTR 306 - Advanced Nutrition
   •  NTR 307 - Nutrition Education
   •  NTR 309 - Assessment, Interviewing & Counseling
   •  NTR 310 - Marketing Your Services
   •  NTR 311 - Institutional Food Management
   •  NTR 312 - Food Safety & Sanitation
   •  NTR 320 - Alternative Nutrition
   •  NTR 321 - The Study of Herbs in Health
   •  NTR 360 - Nutrition through the Life Cycle
   •  NTR 370 - International and Cultural Cuisine
   •  NTR 371 - Herbs, Spices and Oils
   •  NTR 372 - Modernist Cuisine
   •  NTR 380 - Functional Nutrition
   •  NTR 401 - Nutrition Therapy I
   •  NTR 402 - Nutrition Therapy II
   •  NTR 405 - Nutrition & Physical Performance
   •  NTR 411 - Maternal/Child Nutrition
   •  NTR 412 - Geriatric Nutrition
   •  NTR 413 - Nutrition Therapy III
   •  NTR 414 - Food, Nutrition & Culture
   •  NTR 415 - Quantity Food Production
   •  NTR 417 - Field Experience - Community
   •  NTR 430 - Pediatric Nutrition Therapy
   •  NTR 432 - Nutrition Epidemiology
   •  NTR 433 - Study of Vitamins & Minerals
   •  NTR 434 - Pharmacology/Drug & Nutrient Interaction
   •  NTR 435 - Financial/Reimbursement: Medicare & Medicaid
   •  NTR 436 - Clinical Field Experience
   •  NTR 440 - Culinary Cooking
   •  NTR 442 - Foodservice Management
   •  NTR 443 - Management Field Experience
   •  NTR 451 - Health & Fitness Instruction
   •  NTR 452 - Risk Assessment & Health Promotion
   •  NTR 453 - Sport Nutrition Field Experience
   •  NTR 470 - Nutrition Research I
   •  NTR 471 - Nutrition Research II
   •  NTR 472 - Nutrition Research III
   •  NTR 473 - Nutrition Research IV
   •  NTR 481 - Culinary Nutrition I: Health Promotion and Maintenance
   •  NTR 482 - Culinary Nutrition II: Imbalances and Restorations
   •  NTR 483 - Culinary Nutrition III: Flavor, Sustainability and Beauty for Vibrancy
   •  NTR 484 - Product Research and Development

Pathology

   •  PATH 2541 - Pathology I
   •  PATH 2542 - Pathology II

Physiology

   •  PHYS 1501 - Anatomy and Physiology
   •  PHYS 1510 - Cellular and Neuromuscular Physiology
   •  PHYS 1525 - Visceral Physiology
   •  PHYS 2535 - Physiology Lab
   •  PHYS 2545 - Endocrinology

Physics

   •  PHS 111 - General Physics I
   •  PHS 112 - General Physics II
   •  PHS 113 - General Physics III
   •  PHS 213 - Physics III for Pre-Professionals

Political Science

   •  POL 110 - Current Word Topics

Psychology

   •  PMT 350 - Practices of Project Management
   •  PMT 450 - Project Management Case Study Capstone
   •  POL 201 - American Government
   •  POL 202 - Comparative and International Politics
   •  PSC 201 - Introduction to Peace Studies
   •  PSC 202 - Conflict Transformation I
   •  PSC 203 - Introduction to Contemplative Studies
   •  PSC 204 - Creativity and the Artful Life
   •  PSC 271 - Contemplative Practices Lab
   •  PSC 272 - Compassion and Secular Ethics Lab
   •  PSC 273 - Peace Practices Lab
   •  PSC 274 - Empowering Communication Lab
   •  PSC 275 - Creativity and the Arts Lab
   •  PSC 276 - Collaborative Engaged Research Lab
   •  PSC 299 - Synthesis & Reflection
   •  PSC 301 - Peace Studies & Human Flourishing
   •  PSC 302 - Conflict Transformation II
   •  PSC 303 - Ethical and Moral Reasoning
   •  PSC 304 - Spiritual Autobiography
   •  PSC 305 - Spirituality, Integrity, & Transformational Leadership
   •  PSC 306 - Nonviolence in Theory and Practice
   •  PSC 307 - Forgiveness & Reconciliation
   •  PSC 308 - Otherness, Empathy, & Altruism
   •  PSC 310 - Secular Ethics in Education
   •  PSC 401 - Religion, Conflict, and Inter-religious Peacebuilding
   •  PSC 402 - Critical Social Analysis
   •  PSC 403 - Secular Ethics, Development, and Global Justice
   •  PSC 404 - Artist as Social Change Agent
   •  PSC 405 - Inter-religious Literacy for Professionals
   •  PSC 406 - Contemplative Practice and Social Change
   •  PSC 465 - Directed Study
   •  PSC 485 - Internship
   •  PSC 498 - Senior Capstone Seminar
   •  PSC 501 - Advanced Topics in Positive Human Development and Social Change
   •  PSY 101 - General Psychology
   •  PSY 160 - Careers in Psychology
   •  PSY 203 - Compassion and Secular Ethics
   •  PSY 241 - Quantitative Methods in Psychology
   •  PSY 242 - Research Methods in Psychology
 

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7