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WOUB's Conversations from Studio B in which host
Kelee Riesbeck, center, talks with . Darlene Berryman, left,
and Lara Householder about the evolution of obesity
and diabetes research.
The Diabetes Certificate Program is a 17 credit hour program that offers a unique, interdisciplinary opportunity for undergraduate students to become more familiar with diabetes and its management. Highlights of the certificate include a series of three courses: an online course, "Diabetes: From Bench to Beside," a seminar, "Trends in Diabetes" and an independent study in diabetes. Students will also have a choice of interdisciplinary electives representing Anthropology, Child and Family Studies, Social and Public Health, Psychology, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Communications, and Nutrition. Students will also be given unique opportunities for service learning and clinical and/or research experience. This program reaches beyond the classroom, providing students an opportunity to become more familiar with diabetes as it becomes more prevalent locally and nationally.
Diabetes: From Bench to Bedside
NUTR 4320, 3 credits
A comprehensive online course offering an exploration of the underlying genetics and physiology of diabetes and clinically relevant issues surrounding diabetes from medical, self management, and prevention perspectives.
Trends in Diabetes
NUTR 4960, 2 credits
Includes a clinical preceptorship as well as weekly seminar discussing the latest trends in diabetes clinical care, novel discoveries in diabetes research, and experiences gained on preceptor sites.
Independent Study in Diabetes
NUTR 4932, 3-8 credits
A capstone course with emphasis on research, clinical, or service learning experience related to diabetes.
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For more information on program please contact
School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness
Grover Center E325