LS 103 Nutrition & Health (3)
Web Enhanced Class Sections are being offered only for continuing LDSBC students with a 3.0 grade-point average or better. These sections require (1) participating in authentic learning experiences one hour weekly on-campus, (2) working two hours off-campus in BrainHoney, and (3) spending the additional time you need to complete assignments and projects. Students must be self-starters and highly motivated.
Description: Explores nutritional concepts and principles as a basis for dietary choices and the consequences of personal food choices. Covers sources and primary functions of nutrition, basic digestive pathways, metabolism, and the effects of nutritional deficiencies. Compares the world’s concept of nutrition and the principles of the Word of Wisdom, scientific examination of controversial topics. Emphasizes gaining insight into personal responsibility for nutrition, health and wellness.
LS 110 Environmental Science (3)
Description: Introduces principles of ecology: the interconnected relationships among organic and inorganic components of global ecosystems. Explores human attitudes toward our impact on the environment.
LS 265 Anatomy & Physiology (4)
Description: Studies the basic structure and function of the human body from atoms to systems, including integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems.