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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

Coursework – 3 Quizzes

15%

Assessment:

Project

10%

Coursework

25%

Final Examination

75%

Final Examination

75%

HUEC 3005 (AH34A) MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY I [3 credits]

HUEC 3007 (AH35A) LAW AND THE FAMILY [3 credits]

Prerequisites: HUEC 2010 (AH26A), HUEC 2000 (AH20A), HUEC 2001 (AH21A),HUEC 2002 (AH22A) Syllabus: Medical Nutrition Therapy I will address the following: Nutri- tional care process; drugs and nutritional care; diseases of the digestive system, oral cavity, and stomach; endocrine system and metabolic disorders; disorders of energy balance; hepatic and biliary systems; skeletal system; disorders of the skin.

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Family law, Consumer laws and the rights of the consumers with respect to the variety of goods and services offered in the society, such as health, clothing, shelter and the use of leisure without infringing the rights of others. Laws applicable to the processing, packaging, labelling and distribution of food, food safety and nutritive value. Laws of major food regulatory agen-

Assessment:

cies.

HUEC 3006 (AH34B) MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY II [3 credits]

Prerequisite: HUEC 2010 (AH26A), HUEC 2000 (AH20A), HUEC 2001 (AH21A), HUEC 2002 (AH22A) Syllabus: Medical Nutrition Therapy II will address the following: Physi- ological stress and hyper metabolic conditions; nutritional sup- port; neoplastic diseases; A.I.D.S.; nervous system including the brain; renal system; blood and cardiovascular system; res-

piratory system. Assessment: Project Coursework - 3 Quizzes Final Examination

10% 15% 75%

HUEC 3008 (AH35B) CHILD DEVELOPMENT [3 credits]

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Focus on the physical/motor, intellectual, social and psycho- logical personality aspects of the development of children throughout the life cycle; Stages of infancy; childhood, pre- adolescence and adolescence, and the influences of family, school and society. Topics include theories of brain develop- ment, general development trends, physical development at pre-adolescence, the growth spurt, sexual maturation, Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, Erickson’s stage theory of per- sonality development, Kohlberg’s theory and implications for

education; Self-concept development. Assessment: Mid-term Examination Final Examination

25% 75%

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