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Nutrition Exercise and Health Sciences

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Nutrition and Dietetics specialization, the graduate will:

  • Outcome I: Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.
  • Outcome II: Apply the principles of physical, biological and social sciences to the nutritional needs of both individuals and groups.
  • Outcome III: Demonstrate an ability to critically evaluate nutrition research and literature.
  • Outcome IV: Apply the principles of food science and food management to individuals, groups, and to the institutional setting.
  • Outcome V: Apply the principles of nutrition science to both individuals and groups.
  • Outcome VI: Apply the principles of management to food service and nutrition practice.
  • Outcome VII: Describe issues of health care in the United States.

Outcome Goals & Measures

Do you have a question? Send an e-mail to Dr. Bergman at bergmane@cwu.edu, Prof. Cashman at cashmanl@cwu.edu, or Dr. Gee at geed@cwu.edu.