Health Distance Courses

These Health courses are offered for credit by Andrews University, Oakwood University, and Washington Adventist University.  Andrews University manages the registration and provides the instruction and support for students. 

Andrews University

FDNT 230V-901 (3 sem hours)
Nutrition
A study of the basic principles of nutrition science, the biochemical functions of various nutrients, the changes in physiological needs with age, and the relationship between nutrition and health. Students needing life science general education credit must also register for the lab, FDNT 240, which is not currently available online.
Format: Interactive Online, Self-paced Online
Syllabus

FDNT 310V-901
Nutrition in the Life Cycle  (3 sem hours)
Study of the nutritional needs of the healthy person throughout the life cycle. The influence of socioeconomic, cultural and psychological factors on food and nutritional behavior.
Prerequisite: FDNT 230
Format: Self-paced Online
Syllabus

FTES 138V-901
Cardio Development (1 sem hour)
A study of basic-fitness concepts and principles focused on cardiovascular endurance and flexibility. Students will be required to develop a personalized exercise program for physical fitness based on their current fitness level. Weekly independent workouts are required.
Format: Self-paced Online
Syllabus

HLED 120V-901
Fit for Life
(1 sem hour)
A balanced up-to-date coverage of all critical areas of wellness including physical fitness, nutrition, weight management and stress, as well as the principles of health according to the Bible and Ellen G. White will be studied. Practical tools will be given to help adopt and model healthier lifestyles.
Format: Self-paced Online
Syllabus

Oakwood University

PE 211-911
Health Principles
(2 sem hours)
A practical study of the principles of healthful living, including a study of the basic physiological processes. The health instructions found in the writing of Mrs. E. G. White are given special emphasis.
Prerequisites: EN 122
Format: Self-paced Online
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ND 131-911
Nutrition
(3 sem hours)
Basic principles of human nutrition, including nutrients and allowances for various ages and normal stress conditions. Carries credit toward the general education requirement in science.
Format: Self-paced Online
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Washington Adventist University

HLSC 110-921
Healthier Living
(2 sem hours)
A study of the principles governing community and personal health, applying these to successful daily living. The course incorporates the Seventh-day Adventist philosophy of health as expressed in the writings of Ellen White.
Format: Self-paced Online
Syllabus

NUTR 260-921
Nutrition
(3 sem hours)
General knowledge of nutrition and health-the function and importance of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals, the relationship of nutrition and exercise to weight management, with an understanding of diet modifications in disease.
Format: Self-paced Online
Syllabus

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