Independent Study in Nutrition   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

IFN 8100 - Independent Study in Nutrition

This course gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge in a nutrition-related topic that is not offered through the standard curriculum. Students must propose the topic of study and explain its relevance to their degree. They must identify an instructor with subject matter expertise who is willing to supervise the work.  A proposal with the course description, learning outcomes, instructional format, and assessment methods must be signed by the student and the instructor and approved by the department chair prior to registration. To pursue an independent study, students must be in good academic standing and have completed most of their required coursework. For each assigned credit unit, the student must complete approximately 45 hours of directed study.  The course may be taken during any term. Prerequisite(s): Completed 50% of coursework. 1 - 4 credit(s)
Offered: Any Term Course Length: 8/16 weeks No RC required.