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Course Descriptions

FNS 674 Dietetic Internship: Clinical Experience 5(Spec)

Application of dietary principles to human pathophysiologic status through documenting and counseling individuals, assessing, educating groups, and planning in an acute care environment. Prerequisites: registration is restricted to students accepted into the Central Michigan University Dietetic Internship and the College of Graduate Studies. In some cases, 12 credits may be earned through examination to substitute for the dietetic internship experience.

FNS 675 5(Spec)

Dietetic Internship: Foodservice Administration Experience

Application of administrative principles (budget decisions, cost containment, personnel management, leadership) involved in the production, distribution, and service of food in hospitals and schools. Prerequisites: Registration is restricted to students accepted into the Central Michigan University Dietetic Internship and the College of Graduate Studies. In some cases, 12 credits may be earned through examination to substitute for the dietetic internship experience.

FNS 676 Dietetic Internship: Summary Experience 2(Spec)

Integration and application of clinical, foodservice, and community nutrition principles and their implementation in acute care settings. Prerequisites: FNS 674 and FNS 675; registration is restricted to students accepted into the Central Michigan University Dietetic Internship and the College of Graduate Studies. In some cases, 12 credits may be earned through examination to substitute for the dietetic internship experience.

FNS 677 Nutritional Epidemiology 3(3-0)

Presents key concepts of nutritional epidemiology. Enables students to evalu- ate clinical research investigating the role of nutrition in disease causation and health promotion. Recommended: FNS 673. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

FNS 678 Research Methods in Nutrition 3(3-0)

Students will review research methods, read and analyze related literature and develop a proposal for practice-oriented nutrition research. Prerequisites: Admission to the Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, or for other related programs, permission of instructor. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

FNS 790 Independent Study in Dietetics 2-6(Spec) Student-initiated study in an area not covered in regular courses guided by faculty or faculty committee. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

FNS 797 Special Topics in Nutrition 1-15(Spec)

Topics of special interest which are not normally included in existing courses. Specific topic will be listed on student’s transcript. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

FNS 798 Thesis in Dietetics 1-6(Spec) Individual research or creative endeavor culminating in a written thesis and/or exhibition of work. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

FRN - French

FRN 101 Elementary French I 4(4-0)

Designed for students who have had no French. Basic language skills. Intro- duction to the culture of the French-speaking countries. Students who have had previous preparation in French are required to take a placement exam. Students who have had more than two years of high school French may not enroll without permission of instructor. (University Program Group IV-B)

FRN 102 Elementary French II 4(4-0) Basic language skills. Continuation of FRN 101. Recommended: FRN 101. (University Program Group IV-B)

FRN 201 Intermediate French I 4(4-0) Review of grammar and further development of all language skills. Recom- mended: FRN 102. (University Program Group IV-B)

FRN 202 Intermediate French II 4(4-0) Continuation of FRN 201 with increased emphasis on reading and discussion. Recommended: FRN 201. (University Program Group IV-B)

FRN 210 Study Abroad 1-18(Spec) Intended for intermediate students studying abroad. Prerequisites: FRN 102.

GEL - Geology

GEL 100 Introduction to Earth Systems 3(2-2)

A discovery-based introductory examination of the processes that shape our planet. Topics include the rock cycle, earthquakes, volcanoes, the Ice Age, and plate tectonics. Satisfies University Program Group II laboratory requirement. Credit may not be earned in both GEL 100 and GEL101, GEL102, GEL105 or GEL 130. (University Program Group IIA)

GEL 101 Physical Geology 3(3-0)

An introduction to the surficial and internal earth processes that shape our world. Topics include plate tectonics, minerals, rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes, and the Ice Age. Credit may not be earned in both GEL 101 and GEL 100, GEL 105, or GEL 130. (University Program Group II-A)

GEL 102 Physical Geology Laboratory 1(0-2)

Laboratory study of minerals, rocks, maps, and geologic processes. Should be taken concurrently with GEL 101, GEL 105, or GEL 301. Satisfies UP Group II laboratory requirement. Pre/Co-Requisites: one of the following: GEL 101, GEL 105, GEL 203, or GEL 301. Credit may not be earned in GEL 102 AND GEL 100 OR GEL 130. (University Program Group II-A)

GEL 105 Dangerous Planet 3(3-0)

A survey of the socially important geological topics that affect people and their environment with a focus on natural and anthropogenic geologic hazards. Credit may not be earned in both GEL 105 and 100, 101, or 130. (University Program Group II-A).

GEL 130 Earth Processes 3(2-2)

An introduction to geologicprocessesfromaquantitative perspective.Students will investigate rates and scales of processes including earthquakes, erosion, mountain building, and resource formation. Satisfies University Program Group II laboratory requirement. Credit may not be earned in both GEL 130 and GEL 100, GEL 101, GEL 102, or GEL 105. (University Program Group II-B)

GEL 201 Earth History 3(2-2)

The earth’s history as revealed in the rock record. Geologic processes and concepts are applied to the evolution of North America and life through geologic time. Prerequisite: GEL 101 or 105, and 102; or GEL 100 or 130.

GEL 230 Prehistoric Life 3(3-0)

An introduction to the three-billion-year history of life on earth. Topics include the origin of life, mass extinctions, history of dinosaurs, and evolution of mam- mals. (University Program Group II-A)

GEL 301 Geology and Michigan 3(3-0)

An introduction to geological processes as they apply to the past and present geologic history of Michigan. Particularly recommended for students in education. Not recommended for students who have completed GEL 101. Recommended: GEL 102 co-registration. (University Program Group II-A)

GEO - Geography

GEO 105 Physical Geography 3(2-2)

An introduction to the physical processes of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere and the global distribution of climate, soils, and vegetation. This course has been approved for offering in a distance learn- ing format. Satisfies University Program laboratory requirement. (University Program Group II-A)

GEO 120 Environmental Geography 3(3-0)

An introduction to the human use of the earth’s surface and inquiry into selected environmental problems resulting from use of the physical landscape. (University Program Group IV-A). This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

GEO 121 Cultures of the World 3(3-0)

Population, political, economic, and other cultural phenomena and their world distribution patterns are presented upon a nontechnical background of physical geography. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. (University Program Group III-B)

GEO 201 Weather and Climate 4(4-0) Nature of atmospheric processes, weathe , and climate - why and how they vary over the surface of the earth. (University Program Group II-A)

GEO 203 Introduction to Geographic Information Science 3(2-2)

Fundamentals of geographic information science - including map interpretation and spatial data gathering, measurement, classification, analysis and display. Current computer mapping technologies are used in laboratory.

GEO 205 Oceanography 3(3-0)

Introduction to the properties and movements of ocean waters; to marine life, the ocean floors, and the effects of the oceans on man. Identical to GEL 205, credit may not be earned in both of these courses. (University Program Group II-A)

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