Popular core and elective courses offered this fall for the Graduate Certificate in Obesity and Weight Management are listed below. Students from public health, health and medical journalism, counseling, kinesiology, food science and technology, and foods and nutrition may be interested in enrolling in the various courses this fall.
Core course options:
· FDNS6240 Nutrition and Obesity Across the Lifespan (3 cr), Mary Ann Johnson, Fall 2-3:15 pm Tu, Th
· HPAM7050 Health Policy and Obesity (3 cr), Janani Thapa, Fall 11-12:15 pm Tu, Th
· KINS/HPRB/FDNS7600 Public Health Physical Activity and Nutrition Interventions (4 cr), Jennifer L. Gay, Fall 9:30 am-12:15 pm Tu (hybrid course)
· ECHD6020 Interpersonal Relationships (includes motivational interviewing) (3 cr), Linda Campbell, Fall 1:25-4:25 pm Mon
More information can be found at: http://www.fcs.uga.edu/fdn/graduate-programs-obesity-and-weight-management.
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