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Post by katherinexox on Jan 23, 2017 15:15:09 GMT -5
I've taken a gerontology course called Food and Nutrition in Later Life. Now I'm not sure if this would count under the biological science or humanities. I've noticed there are some nutrition and food science courses that have been offered at Guelph that are considered a biological science so now I'm not sure. Would anyone have any ideas what this would count as? This is the course description Critically examines nutrition for seniors. Students will become acquainted with dietary guidelines for seniors, as well as specific nutritional problems that seniors may encounter. After taking this course, students will be able to identify problems with the nutrition of a specific senior and assist a dietician in the design of a meal plan for seniors.