Student Learning Outcomes
(and how they link to the SUU Essential Learning Outcomes
The Human Nutrition Bachelor degree is designed to provide graduating students with the following learning outcomes:
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of nutrition, its language, history, findings, and applications.
- Links to Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural world, Intellectual and Practical skills (communication), and Integrative learning.
- Students will demonstrate effective and professional oral and written communication and use of current information technologies when communicating with individuals, groups, and the public.
- Links to Intellectual and practical skills (creative thinking and critical thinking) and Integrative learning.
- Students will synthesize new knowledge from scientific literature; students will demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the scientific method and reading, understanding, and critiquing peer-reviewed literature.
- Links to Intellectual and practical skills (creative thinking and digital literacy), and Personal and social responsibility (ethical reasoning).
- Students will use appropriate tools to carry out investigations in nutrition courses.
- Links to Intellectual and practical skills (communication, creative thinking, digital literacy, and teamwork), and Integrative learning.