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Unformatted text preview: San Jos State University Department of Nutrition, Food Science, & Packaging Department of Kinesiology NuFS/KIN 163, Physical Fitness & Nutrition Spring 2010, 1 & 2 Department KIN NUFS Instructors Mike Sullivan, M.A. Izzie Brown, MS, RD, CSCS Office SPX 301 CCB 103 Telephone (408) 924-3057 (408) 924-3373 E-mail Michael.email@example.com Izzie.firstname.lastname@example.org Web Page http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sjsukin16 3spr2010/ http://www.sjsu.edu/people/izzie .brown/ Office hours TTh: 9:00am-10:00am MW 10:45-11:45, TuTh 12:00-1:30 Turnitin.co m ID:3070242 PW:stayfit Code: 2533696 Password: nutrition Class days/time TuTh 10:30-11:45 Classroom Sec 1: CL 238 Sec 2: BBC 201 Prerequisi tes Passing score on the Writing Skills Test (WST) Upper division standing (60 units) Completion of Core General Education For students beginning continuous enrollment Fall 2005 or later, completion of, or co-registration in, a 100W course is required. Courses used to satisfy Areas R, S, and V must be taken from three separate SJSU departments, or other distinct academic units. GE - SJSU Studies Area R Earth & Environment Faculty Web Pages Copies of the course syllabus and major assignment sheets may be found on the respective faculty web sites. Course Description and Goals Use of scientific principles, scientific investigation, and current technological advances to assess the relationship between diet, physical fitness, and disease. Examine scientific literature to evaluate the effects of nutritional intervention on exercise performance. (3 units) Note: Nutrition majors may not use this course for credit in the major. GE Area R (Earth & Environment) Goal Students will cultivate knowledge of the scientific study of the physical universe or its life forms. Students will understand and appreciate the interrelationship of science and human beings to each other. GE Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: (1) demonstrate an understanding of the methods and limits of scientific investigation. (2) distinguish science from pseudo-science. (3) apply a scientific approach to answer questions about the earth and environment. Course-Specific Student Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: (4) explain how the principles of fitness and nutrition (such as body composition, energy intake and expenditure, acute and chronic physical changes related to exercise and nutrition) complement each other. (5) identify social, cultural, ethnic, and environmental factors that influence food habits and exercise/activity patterns. (6) examine the biochemical and physiological effects of exercise and various nutritional practices....
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