Approval for Revisions to BS in Dietetics and Food Administration

Executive Memorandum 88-042

July 29, 1988

From: Robin S. Wilson, President

Subject: Approval for Revisions to BS in Dietetics and Food Administration

BS IN DIETETICS AND FOOD ADMINISTRATION

The proposed revisions to the BS in Dietetics and Food Administration are approved effective Fall 1989. The revised program, which is 2-3 total units less than the current program, is shown below:

Degree Core: 45 Units

45 Units Required

BIOL 004 - Human Physiology - 3 Units

BIOL 011 - General Bacteriology - 4 Units

CHEM 051 - Elementary Inorganic Chemistry - 5 Units

CHEM 052 - Elementary Organic Chemistry - 4 Units

H E 011 - Microcomputer Applications in Home Economics - 2 Units

H E 020 - Elementary Food - 3 Units

H E 120 - Science of Food - 3 Units

H E 125 - Normal Nutrition - 3 Units

H E 127 - Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle - 3 Units

H E 160 - Foodservice Administration - 3 Units

H E 224 - Cultural Food - 3 Units

H E 261 - Foodservice Procurement - 3 Units

H E 262 - Foodservice Equipment and Production Systems - 3 Units

H E 280 - Seminar in Professional Relations

MAJOR OPTION COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 28-30

DIETETICS OPTION: 28 Units

25 Units Required:

CHEM 153 - Introductory Biochemistry - 3 Units

CHEM 154 - Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory - 1 Unit

H E 126 - Therapeutic Nutrition - 3 Units

H E 129 - Food Management - 3 Units

H E 225 - Advanced Nutritional Theories - 3 Units

H E 226 - Seminar in Therapeutic Nutrition - 3 Units

H E 227 - Community Nutrition - 3 Units

H E 228 - Nutrition Assessment and Intervention - 3 Units

PSY 001A - Principles of Psychology - 3 Units

or PSY 095 - Elements of Personality and Social Psychology - 3 Units

3 Units Selected From:

H E 220 - Experimental Food - 3 Units

H E 229 - Futures in Dietetics and Food Administration - 1 Unit

H E 260 - Advanced Foodservices Administration - 3 Units

H E 289B - Home Economics Internship - 2 Units

FOOD ADMINISTRATION OPTION (30 Units)

27 Units Required

ACCT 015 - Introduction to Financial Accounting - 3 Units

ANSC 019 - Meat and Meat Products - 3 Units

PSSC 071 - An Introduction to Wine - 3 Units

ECON 003 - Principles of Microeconomics Analysis - 3 Units

ECON 140 - Labor Relations - 3 Units

H E 260 - Advanced Foodservice Administration - 3 Units

H E 289C - Home Economics Internship - 3 Units

MGMT 231 - Human Resource Management - 3 Units

RECR 220 - Private Enterprise Recreation and Tourism - 3 Units

3 Units Selected From:

ECON 142 - Collective Bargaining - 3 Units

H E 129 - Food Management - 3 Units

H E 212 - Consumer and the Law - 3 Units

H E 220 - Experimental Food - 3 Units

ICST 117 - Introduction to Organizational Communication - 3 Units

PSY 260 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology - 3 Units

RECR 180 - Foundations of Leisure and Recreation - 3 Units

RECR 220A - Commercial Recreation Operation - 3 Units

RECR 221 - Resort Development and Management - 3 Units

RECR 270 - Leisure Services Promotion - 3 Units

ELECTIVE COURSES

Elective courses may be selected from the following, if not already taken for the option

DIETETICS OPTION:

H E 220 - Experimental Food - 3 Units

H E 229 - Futures in Dietetics and Food Administration - 1 Unit

H E 260 - Advanced Foodservice Administration - 3 Units

H E 289B - Home Economics Internship - 2 Units

FOOD ADMINISTRATION OPTION

ECON 142 - Collective Bargaining - 3 Units

H E 129 - Food Management - 3 Units

H E 212 - Consumer and the Law - 3 Units

H E 220 - Experimental Food - 3 Units

ICST 117 - Introduction to Organizational Communication - 3 Units

PSY 260 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology - 3 Units

RECR 180 - Foundations of Leisure and Recreation - 3 Units

RECR 220A - Commercial Recreation Operation - 3 Units

RECR 221 - Resort Development and Management - 3 Units

RECR 270 - Leisure Services Promotion - 3 Units