Comprehensive study of specific nutrients in terms of their digestion, availability, function, and utilization in animals.
Open to Degree and PACE students
ASCI 1040 is an introductory course in general nutrition designed for students with little or no previous knowledge in nutrition. The course is lecture-based addressing the scientific principles of classic nutrition focusing on the six nutrient groups (carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins, minerals, and water). The goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive study of nutrients in terms of their availability, function, and utilization in mammalian species. Since all mammals require a similar array of nutrients, this course is taught as a course in Comparative Nutrition of Mammals, not just in Animal Nutrition or Human Nutrition, but both.
Have fun and enjoy the class whilst learning. Attend all classes and engage in in-class activities.
Grades will be based on exams (60%; three mid-term exams, and one cumulative final exam), knowledge checks (30%), and participation (10%).
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