Health Distance Courses

Andrews University manages the registration and provides the instruction and support for students taking Consortium classes.


Credits: 3

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.
Format(s) Available: Interactive Online(section 999), Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $1,155 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credits: 1

Discovering principles of nutrition science through experimentation. For students needing life science general education credit.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $385 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credits: 3

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, FDNT240.
Prerequisite: FDNT 230 Nutition.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $1,155 (additional costs for books and fees

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credit: 3

Special areas beyond normally offered courses: Cardinal Athletics, personalized fitness activities, horseback riding. Consult the current class schedule for activities offered each year.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $1,155 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credit: 1

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(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $385 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credit: 1

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(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $385 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar

Credit: 3

Addresses religious and spiritual issues of significance for healthcare. Includes a discussion of views of the relationship between health and spirituality from different religious perspectives. Provides an overview of the philosophical and historical background for ethical systems and their significance for current ethical challenges in healthcare. Required course for all majors in the School of Health Professions with the exception of students transferring to AU in their senior year.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term (section 902).
Cost: $1,155 (additional costs for books and fees)

Sample syllabus:self-paced opening learning, others are similar