Designed to engage students in: 1. Fundamental questions, ideas and methods of analysis, 2. Application of these methods to real world problems, 3. Critical thinking through inquiry, problem-solving and analysis and 4. Awareness of how race, ethnicity and social "class" impact health and wellness. This course provides the base of knowledge required to understand the role of diet and exercise in optimizing athletic performance AND overall health. In addition, students gain the skills necessary to critically evaluate information and products related to human performance with "open-minded" skepticism.
Human Performance and Nutrition
Monday, November 7, 2016 to Monday, February 6, 2017