Next Start Date:
September 26, 2018
This course covers the essentials of human nutrition that improve and sustain optimal performance for sport and exercise. The effects of eating disorders (in both male and female athletes), weight management, and sport nutrition resources are also discussed.
Prerequisite: You must have previously completed Nutrition for Today (NUTR 200), or an equivalent course in basic nutrition, to be eligible to take this course.
If you're not a native English speaker, you’ll need to have at least basic English language skills to enroll. To learn more, see English Language Proficiency Requirements.
Because this course is 100 percent online, no visa is required and international students are welcome to enroll.
Students must have access to a computer, and we recommend a high-speed Internet connection. Computers must have a current operating system, speakers and a current Web browser. Students also need the current version of Adobe Acrobat, with the ability to convert files to PDF, as well as Adobe Flash Player version 10 or higher (downloadable for free from Adobe). Your computer or device must accept a Flash plugin. Having Microsoft Office 2010 is preferred (including Word, Excel and PowerPoint), but an equivalent is acceptable.
To successfully complete this course, you must receive a grade of at least 2.0.
Start and finish your course with the same group of students, with frequent opportunities to interact with your instructors and classmates along the way. This course is 100 percent online, with set due dates for assignments but no class meetings. Learn More »
Apply online. After you apply, please email your transcript to email@example.com.
We accept course applicants on a space-available basis and will email you before the first class to let you know if you’ve been accepted. If accepted, you’ll need to pay the course fee to complete your registration.
This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from September 26, 2018, to December 14, 2018.
You’ll earn 3 academic credits for successfully completing this course. Learn more about credit courses.