Graduate Catalog

SES-601 NUTRITION SPORT & WELLNESS

This course incorporates knowledge of exercise physiology into the study of the most current topics in nutrition as it applies to athletes and non-competitive physically active persons. Students will utilize their foundational knowledge in energy metabolism to analyze the effects of nutrition on performance, recovery and prevention of injury and illness, with attention to growth & development, aging, chronic disease, supplementation, weight management and gender. Current recommendations set forth by professional organizations such as ACSM and NSCA and the USDA dietary guidelines are examined. Pre-requisite: SES 561.

Credits

3

Corequisite

SES-561

Distribution

Sport & Exercise Sciences

Offered

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