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					                                   MASTER SYLLABUS

                                     (Revised in Fall 2009)



                                    Clarendon College

                                         BIOL 1322

                               Nutrition and Diet Therapy I




This Master Syllabus is a template that should be used by all full-time and adjunct faculty who
teach this course.

Add to the required information your personal information as indicated on the following pages.
The appearance (format) of your syllabus may be changed to your preferences as long as the
required information remains in the syllabus.

If you have recommendations for changes to the Master Syllabus, discuss them with the
program coordinator, __Scarlet Estlack_____.

You may request an electronic copy of this Master Syllabus by emailing your division director,
__Scarlet Estlack______________, at scarlet.estlack@clarendoncollege.edu
                                               MASTER SYLLABUS


CLARENDON COLLEGE
Division of Science and Health
Course Name: Example: BIOL 1322 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I

Credit Hours: Example: 3

Semester: Example: Fall 2009
Classroom Location: List campus and Room #

Instructor: Include your name the way you want to be addressed.
Office Location: If applicable
Phone: If applicable
Email: If applicable
Fax: If applicable
Other: If applicable

Office Hours:
Comment: Adjunct faculty should post one hour per week for each course taught. Example:, thirty minutes before
and thirty minutes after class. Full-time faculty should post at least 10 hours per week.


Course Description:
Comment: This should come directly from the course description available from one of these sources:

   division director

   current college catalog located at the Students link on Clarendon College’s website

   academic courses: Lower Division Academic.Course Guide Manual at http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/

   workforce courses: Workforce Education Course Manual at
    http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/AAR/UndergraduateEd/WorkforceEd/wecm/)

Statement of Purpose
Comment: If applicable
Example: : This course partially satisfies the laboratory science component of the core curriculum and is designed
for transfer to a senior college or university.

Required Instructional Materials:

Textbook:
Comment: List textbook information in standard MLA format.
Example: Author’s Last Name, First Name. Name of Textbook. City: Publisher, Year.

Other Relevant Materials:
Comment: List any relevant materials students need if they are to be successful in the course (i.e. writing paper,
pens, pencils, dictionary, thesaurus, etc.).

Student Requirements
Comment: List any particular requirements you have of the students if they are to be successful in the course.

Methods of Instruction
Comment: List all instructional delivery types that you will plan on using (i.e. Lecture, videotape, demonstrations,
presentations, peer review, readings, internet, e-mail, chat, etc.)
Comment: Listed below are the minimum objectives you must include in your syllabus. You may add others as
desired.

Exemplary Course Objectives: Successful completion of Nutrition and Diet Therapy I should enable
the student to…
     Understand and apply methods and appropriate technology to the study of natural sciences.
     Recognize scientific and quantitative methods and the differences between these approaches and
        other methods of inquiry and to communicate findings, analyses, and interpretation both orally and
        in writing.
     Identify and recognize the differences among competing scientific theories.
     Demonstrate knowledge of the major issues and problems facing modern science, including issues
        that touch upon ethics, values, and public policies.
     Demonstrate knowledge of the interdependence of science and technology and their influence on,
        and contribution to, modern culture.

Student Learning Outcomes: Successful completion of Nutrition and Diet Therapy I should…
    Introduce the student to diet planning throughout the human lifecycle.
    Enable the student to discuss the structures of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins as well as their
      sources in the diet. The student should further be able to discuss the roles of these nutrients in the
      body.
    Give the student an understanding of the major fat and water soluble vitamins. This understanding
      will include dietary sources of the vitamins, their uses in the body, and the consequences of
      deficiencies.
    Promote an awareness of how nutritional principles apply to weight control, eating disorders, and
      pregnancy.
    Introduce the student to proper food safety practices.

Grading Policies:
Comment: List a breakdown of how your course will be graded. All academic courses are required to have a final
exam or its equivalent. Faculty should generally follow the grading scale as stated in the college catalog.

The final semester grades will be figured as set in the current catalog:
       90 to 100 = A       80 to 89 = B           70 to 79 = C         60 to 69 = D           Below 59 = F

Comment: Although it is at your professional discretion to weight the components of your course, please include
the following Grading Criteria. Quizzes should comprise at least 50% of the total course grade.

A student’s final grade will be made available through Campus Connect at Clarendon College’s website.
Comment: Developmental courses cannot be submitted electronically. The registrar will request a hard copy from
you.


Classroom Policies:
Comment: List the following Clarendon College policies:

Classroom Conduct
Failure to comply with lawful direction of a classroom instructor is a disruption for all students enrolled in the class.
Cheating violations include, but are not limited to: (1) obtaining an examination , classroom activity, or laboratory
exercise by stealing or collusion; (2) discovering the content of an examination , classroom activity, laboratory
exercise, or homework assignment before it is given; (3) using an unauthorized source of information during an
examination , classroom activity, laboratory exercise, or homework assignment ; (4) entering an office or building to
obtain unfair advantage; (5) taking an examination for another person; (6) completing a classroom activity,
laboratory exercise, homework assignment, or research paper for another person; (7) altering grade records; (8)
using any unauthorized form of electronic communication device during an examination, classroom activity, or
laboratory exercise; (9) Plagiarism. Plagiarism is the using, stating, offering, or reporting as one’s own, an idea,
expression, or production of another person without proper credit.

Disciplinary actions for cheating in a course are at the discretion of the individual instructor. The instructor of that
course will file a report with the Dean of Students when a student is caught cheating in the course, whether it be a
workforce or academic course. The report shall include the course, instructor, student’s name, and the type of
cheating involved.
Students who are reported as cheating to the Dean of Students more than once shall be disciplined by the Dean.
The Dean will notify all involved parties within fourteen days of any action taken.

American with Disabilities Act Statement:
Clarendon College provides reasonable accommodations for persons with temporary or permanent disabilities.
Should you require special accommodations, notify the Office of Student Services (806-874-3571 or 800-687-
9737). We will work with you to make whatever accommodations we need to make.

Dropping a Course:
A student who is enrolled in a developmental course for TSI purposes may not drop his/her only developmental
course unless the student completely withdraws from the college. A student may drop any other course with a
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grade of “W” any time after the census date for the semester and on or before the end of the 12 week of a long
semester, or on or before the last ay to drop a class of a term as designated in the college calendar. The request
for permission to drop a course is initiated by the student by procuring a drop form from the Office of Student
Services. (Refer to other policies concerning this issue in the current college catalog online.)

Withdrawal from College:
When a student finds it necessary to withdraw from school before the end of the semester, he or she should obtain
a withdrawal form from the Office of Student Services. Students may also withdraw from the college by sending a
written request for such action to the Registrar’s Office. The request must include the student’s signature, the
student’s current address, social security number and course information details. Students who withdraw after the
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census date for the semester and on or before the end of the 12 week of a long semester, or on or before the last
day to drop a class of a term as designated in the college calendar will be assigned a grade of “W.”


Comment: You should also list all of your personal classroom policies regarding such things as academic integrity
incidents (cheating, plagiarism, or other dishonest acts), attendance, late assignment(s), missed examination(s),
safety, collaborative work, extra credit, etc.

Tentative Course Schedule/Outline:
Comment: Include a listing of what will be covered during the course and a tentative timeframe. Below is an
example of a schedule/outline: Yours may be much more detailed if appropriate.

       What Nourishes You?
       The Basis of a Healthy Diet
       Human Digestion and Absorption
       Metabolism
       Carbohydrates
       Lipids
       Proteins
       Fat-soluble Vitamins
       Water-soluble Vitamins
       Water and Major Minerals
       Trace Minerals
       Energy Balance and Weight Control
       Food Safety
       Alcohol
       Eating Disorders

Final exam on date/time as posted on Final Exam Schedule on Clarendon College website

				
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