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					Nutrition               SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
                                      COLLEGE OF
                                      HEALTH AND
                                      HUMAN SCIENCES




Undergraduate and Graduate Programs


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                     Where do I go from here?
              a roadmap through your nutrition education

                              Undergraduate Program
                       Bachelor of Science with major in Nutrition
                                   (Didactic program)
                                                                                      Table of Contents
                                                                                      Why Study Nutrition?                          4
        Dietetic
       Internship                                                                     Program Contacts                              5
        Become a
        registered                 Coordinated
         dietitian                   Program                                          Degree Information                            6
                                   R.D. Eligibility &
                                   Master’s Degree
                                                                Master’s              Bachelor of Science                           8
                                                                Degree
                                                            Choose from three
                                                              specialization          MS in Health Science -- Coordinated Program   10
                                                                programs                   in Dietetics without DPD

                                                                                      MS in Health Science -- Coordinated Program   12
         General M.S.
                                                                                           in Dietetics with DPD
       specialization in             Emphasis in                     Certificate in
                                   Sports Nutrition                  Public Health
          Nutrition                                                                   MS in Health Science -- Major in Health       14
                                                                                           Sciences, Concentration in Nutrition

                                                                                      MS in Health Sciences with a Certificate in   16
                                                                                           Public Health

                                                                                      MS in Health Sciences with an Emphasis in     18
                                                                                           Sports Nutrition

                                                                                      Why Georgia State?                            20

                                                                                      Faculty                                       21

                                                                                      Contact Information                           22

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                                                                                          Program Contacts
Why Study Nutrition?                                                                      Bachelor of Science
                                                                                          Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)
                                                                                          Director: Prof. Barbara Hopkins (404) 413-1238

 The Division of Nutrition faculty examine problems relating to food and nutri-           Master of Science in Health Sciences
 tion needs of diverse populations and educate professionals who develop nutri-                  General Program in Nutrition
 tion programs and deliver nutrition services in clinical, public health, educational,           Specialization in Sports Nutrition
 foodservice, research, and business settings. Students and faculty in the division              Certificate in Public Health
 work together on projects ranging from special needs of competitive athletes and         Director: Dr. Anita Nucci (404) 413-1234
 immigrant populations to health programs for at-risk youth to laboratory studies
 on effects of specific fats on obesity.                                                  Master of Science in Health Sciences-
 Division Head: Dr. Dan Benardot (404) 413-1235
                                                                                          Coordinated Program in Dietetics (CP)
                                                                                          Director: Prof. Catherine McCarroll (404) 413-1232

                                                                                          Accreditation
Nutrition is a science that integrates food science, physiology, biology, behavior, so-   The Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) and the Coordinated Program
ciety, culture, and genetics for the purpose of understanding how consumed nutri-         are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education
ents are associated with health and human performance. The lead-                          (CADE) of the American Dietetic Association, 120 South Riverside Plaza,
ing causes of morbidity and mortality (heart disease,                                     Chicago, IL 60606, (312) 899-5400.
cancer, stroke, and diabetes) each have an important
nutritional component. The programs in
nutrition offer students several path-
ways toward becoming a valuable
resource for the healthcare sys-
tem as a Registered and
Licensed Dietitian.




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                                    Degree Information                                                           Degree Information
                                 Bachelor of Science                                                     M.S. degree and for taking the registration examination for dietitians. It is a
                                                                                                         four- to six-semester program of didactic course work and supervised prac-
                                 The Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) is a Bachelor of Sci-           tice. The supervised practice component has an urban health emphasis. Stu-
                                 ence degree program that provides the student with the appro-           dents must complete a minimum of 48 credit hours. The Coordinated Pro-
                                 priate coursework to apply for a supervised practice program            gram requires additional hours for students who enter the program prior to
                                 (dietetic internship).                                                  meeting the undergraduate coursework required for a Didactic Program in
               program details

                                                                                                         Dietetics (DPD) accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Dietetic
                                  Provides students              Didactic Program in                     Education (CADE) of the American Dietetic Association (ADA).
Division of Nutrition




                                  with the preparation           Dietetics
                                  needed to apply to a                                                   Major in Health Sciences-Concentration in Nutrition
                                  supervised practice            The Didactic Program in Dietet-
                                  program.                       ics (DPD) is a Bachelor of Science                                         An M.S. degree program that can be a
                                                                 degree program that provides            A stepping stone to medi-          stepping stone to medical school, a Ph.D.
                                 the student with the appropriate coursework to apply for a su-          cal school, a Ph.D. pro-           program, or other program in the health
                                 pervised practice program. This major is currently granted ac-          gram, or other program in          professions, and can also provide the prep-
                                 creditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics            the health professions, and        aration needed to apply to a supervised
                                 Education (CADE). The DPD has accreditation through 2011.               can also provide the prep-         practice program.
                                 Completion of the DPD allows graduates eligibility for applica-         aration in order to apply
                                 tion to any supervised practice program accredited by CADE.             to a supervised practice          The Master of Science with a major in
                                 After a graduate completes the supervised practice program, he          program.                          Health Sciences and a concentration in
                                 or she is eligible to take the national examination for registered                                        Nutrition is a 36-semester hour program.
                                 dietitians. The mission of the DPD is to equip students with the        This program does not automatically meet the requirements for becoming a
                                 knowledge, insight, and skills to participate effectively as dietetic   Registered Dietitian (R.D.). However, if a student desires to meet educational
                                 professionals in a contemporary society.                                requirements to become an R.D., it is possible to complete the required di-
                                                                                                         etetics coursework while enrolled in the graduate program.
                                 Master of Science in Health Sciences
                                 The Master of Science with a major in Health Sciences and a
                                 concentration in Nutrition is a 36-semester hour program. This
                                 program does not meet the requirements for becoming a Reg-
                                 istered Dietitian (R.D.). However, if a student desires to meet
                                 educational requirements to become an R.D., it is possible to
                                 complete the required dietetics coursework while enrolled in
                                 the graduate program.

                                                                 Coordinated Program in
                                  Provides the courses
                                                                 Dietetics
                                  and supervised prac-
                                  tice experience re-            The Coordinated Program (CP)
                                  quired for R.D. exam.          meets the requirements for an
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Required Courses for B.S. Didactic Program   Didactic Program in Dietetics Curriculum                                          NUTR 4950: Nutrition Seminar for Seniors (3) - CTW course
                                                                                                                               NUTR 4955: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Wellness (3)
                                             Students are admitted to the program upon completion of the freshman              NUTR 4980: Nutrition Skills Methods (1) (4 semesters)
                                             and sophomore level core (60 semester hours). The core requirements               NUTR 4990 Entrepreneurial Nutrition (3)
                                             for Georgia State University can be found on the university website
                                             (http://www.gsu.edu/)                                                            Didactic Program in Dietetics Curriculum (continued)
                                             Freshman & Sophomore Core (Area F)                                                Hospitality Administration Courses (3 semester hours)
                                             BIOL 1110K Anatomy and Physiology I (4)                                           HADM 3401: Food Production and Service Management (2)
                                             BIOL 1120K Anatomy and Physiology II (4) OR                                       HADM 3402: Food Production Lab (1)
                                             BIOL 1107K Principles of Biology I (4)
                                             BIOL 1108K Principles of Biology II (4)                                           Electives (6 semester hours)
                                             BIOL 2240 Human Physiology (3) AND                                                NUTR 3170: Food Safety and Sanitation (3)
                                             BIOL 2300/2310 Microbiology and Lab (4)                                           NUTR 3810: Interpretation of Laboratory Values (3)
                                             CHEM 1151K Survey of Chemistry I (4)                                              NUTR 3800 International Nutrition (3)
                                             CHEM 1152K Survey of Chemistry II (4)                                             NUTR 4960: Nutrition and Physical Fitness (3)
                                             AND (for admission to the DPD Fall 2012)                                          NUTR 4970: Nutrition and the Media (3)
                                             NUTR 2100 Principles of Nutrition (3)                                             NUTR 4999: Nutrition Project (1-6)
                                                                                                                               HHS 4200: Health and the Older Adult (3)
                                             Beginning Fall 2011, the following courses in food, nutrition, and the health     HHS 3000: Communication and Cultural Diversity (3)
                                             sciences are required. These courses have been carefully selected to              HHS 3010: Advanced Medical Terminology for Healthcare (3)
                                             achieve program goals that provide well-rounded graduates who possess
                                             the necessary knowledge and skills for successful complettion of a super-
                                             vised practice program. These courses include:

                                             Junior & Senior Years
                                             Health Science Core (3 semester hours)
                                             HHS 3400: Spanish for Health and Human Sciences (3)

                                             Nutrition Courses (42 semester hours)
                                             NUTR 3000: Introduction to the Profession of Nutrition (2)
                                             NUTR 3010: Introduction to Research (3)
                                             NUTR 3150: Food Science I (3)
                                             NUTR 3160: Food Science II (4)
                                             NUTR 3500: Nutrition and Metabolism (3)
                                             NUTR 3600: Normal Nutrition through the Lifecycle (3)
                                             NUTR 3700: Medical Biochemical Principles (3)
                                             NUTR 4000: Food and Culture (3)
                                                                                                                             Contact Us
                                             NUTR 4200: Medical Nutrition Therapy I (3)
                                             NUTR 4250: Medical Nutrition Therapy II (3)
                                                                                                                             Director: Barbara Hopkins
                                             NUTR 4300: Nutrition Intervention I (3)                                         Phone: (404) 413-1238
                                             NUTR 4400: Nutrition Intervention II (3)                                        Email: bhopkins@gsu.edu
                                             NUTR 4600 Food Service Systems (3)                                              Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition
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Required Courses for M.S. Coordinated Program   Coordinated Program Curriculum                                                Coordinated Program Curriculum (continued)
                                                Courses for students who do not hold DPD Verification
                                                Statements                                                                    NUTR 6008 Supervised Practice VII (2)
                                                                                                                              NUTR 6009 Supervised Practice VIII (2)
                                                The Coordinated Program requires course work for students who enter the       NUTR 6010 Supervised Practice IX (2)
                                                program without an undergraduate Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)          NUTR 6011 Orientation to Practice I (1)
                                                degree accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Dietetic Education    NUTR 6012 Orientation to Practice II (1)
                                                (CADE) of the American Dietetic Association (ADA).
                                                                                                                              Capstone (6 semester hours)
                                                HHS 3400/HHS 6400 Spanish for Health and Human Sciences (3)                   NUTR 7999 Master’s Thesis OR
                                                NUTR 3500 Nutrition and Metabolism (3)                                        NUTR 7990 Portfolio Seminar and additional three-credit elective
                                                NUTR 3700 Medical Biochemical Principles (3)
                                                NUTR 6150 Food Science (4)
                                                NUTR 7200 Medical Nutrition Therapy I (3)
                                                NUTR 7250 Medical Nutrition Therapy II (3)
                                                NUTR 6201 Food Safety (3)
                                                HADM 3401 Food Production and Service Management (2)
                                                HADM 3402 Food Production Lab (1)
                                                NUTR 7500 Restaurant and Food Service Management (3)

                                                Health Sciences Core (6 semester hours)
                                                HHS 6000 Research Methods for the Health and Human Science
                                                Professions (3)
                                                HHS 8000 Trends Affecting Health Policies, Practices, and Laws (3)

                                                Specialization in Nutrition Curriculum (24 semester hours)
                                                NUTR 6101 Nutrition Research Methods (3)
                                                NUTR 6102 Nutrition Intervention (3) OR
                                                NUTR 6104 Advanced Normal Nutrition I (3)
                                                NUTR 6105 Nutrition, Culture, and Life Cycle (3)
                                                NUTR 6106 Advanced Normal Nutrition II (3)
                                                NUTR 7101 Nutrition Issues (3) OR
                                                NUTR 7950 Advanced Topics in Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

                                                Supervised Practice
                                                NUTR 6002 Supervised Practice I (2)
                                                NUTR 6003 Supervised Practice II (2)
                                                NUTR 6004 Supervised Practice III (2)
                                                                                                                             Contact Us
                                                NUTR 6005 Supervised Practice IV (2)                                         Director: Catherine McCarroll
                                                NUTR 6006 Supervised Practice V (2)                                          Phone: (404) 413-1232
                                                NUTR 6007 Supervised Practice VI (2)
                                                                                                                             Email: nadcsm@langate.gsu.edu
                                                                                                                             Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition
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Required Courses for M.S. Coordinated Program   Coordinated Program Curriculum                                             Coordinated Program Curriculum (continued)
                                                Courses for students holding DPD Verification                               Thesis/Portfolio Option (6 semester hours)
                                                Statements                                                                  NUTR 7999 Master’s Thesis OR
                                                                                                                            NUTR 7990 Portfolio Seminar and additional three-credit elective
                                                Health Sciences Core (6 semester hours)
                                                HHS 6000 Research Methods for the Health and Human Science
                                                Professions (3)
                                                HHS 8000 Trends Affecting Health Policies, Practices, and Laws (3)

                                                Specialization in Nutrition Curriculum (24 semester hours)
                                                HHS 6400 Spanish for the Health and Human Sciences (3)*
                                                NUTR 6101 Nutrition Research Methods (3)
                                                NUTR 6102 Nutrition Intervention (3)^ OR
                                                NUTR 4300 Nutrition Intervention I and
                                                NUTR 4400 Nutrition Intervention II
                                                NUTR 6104 Advanced Normal Nutrition I (3)
                                                NUTR 6106 Advanced Normal Nutrition II (3)
                                                NUTR 7101 Nutrition Issues (3)
                                                OR
                                                NUTR 7950 Advanced Topics in Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

                                                Supervised Practice
                                                NUTR 6002 Supervised Practice I (2)
                                                NUTR 6003 Supervised Practice II (2)
                                                NUTR 6004 Supervised Practice III (2)
                                                NUTR 6005 Supervised Practice IV (2)
                                                NUTR 6006 Supervised Practice V (2)
                                                NUTR 6007 Supervised Practice VI (2)
                                                NUTR 6008 Supervised Practice VII (2)
                                                NUTR 6009 Supervised Practice VIII (2)
                                                NUTR 6010 Supervised Practice IX (2)
                                                NUTR 6011 Orientation to Practice I (1)
                                                NUTR 6012 Orientation to Practice II (1)


                                                * Students who took HHS 3400 as an undergraduate are not required
                                                to take this course and must complete three additional hours of elec-
                                                                                                                        Contact Us
                                                tives instead. Additional electives are not limited to NUTR courses.    Director: Catherine McCarroll
                                                ^ NUTR 6102 is not required for students who took                       Phone: (404) 413-1232
                                                both NUTR 4300 and 4400 as an undergraduate student. These              Email: nadcsm@langate.gsu.edu
                                                students have three additional elective hours to complete. Additional   Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition
                                                electives are not limited to NUTR courses.

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Required Courses for M.S. in Health Sciences   Master of Science with a major in Health Sciences
                                               Students complete an M.S. in Health Sciences with a specialization in
                                               nutrition and may choose a general program with several electives or
                                               course options that combine the M.S. program with a certificate in Public
                                               Health or an emphasis in sports nutrition. If a student desires to meet
                                               the educational requirements to become an R.D., it is possible to com-
                                               plete the required dietetics coursework while enrolled in the graduate
                                               program. These students will meet with the DPD program director to
                                               plan a course of study.

                                               General Program with Specialization in Nutrition
                                               Health Science Core (6 semester hours)
                                               HHS 6000: Research Methods for the Health and Human Science
                                                 Professions (3)
                                               HHS 8000: Trends Affecting Health Policies, Practices, and Laws (3)

                                               Nutrition Courses (15 semester hours)
                                               NUTR 6101: Nutrition Research Methods (3)
                                               NUTR 6102: Nutrition Intervention (3)
                                               NUTR 6104: Advanced Normal Nutrition I (3)
                                               NUTR 6106: Advanced Normal Nutrition II (3)
                                               NUTR 7101: Nutrition Issues (3)
                                               OR
                                               NUTR 7950: Advanced Topics in Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

                                               Elective Courses (9 semester hours)
                                               Chosen in Consultation with Graduate Program Committee or
                                               Faculty Advisor

                                               Capstone Project (Minimum of 6 semester hours)
                                               NUTR 7999: Thesis Research
                                               OR
                                               NUTR 7990: Portfolio Seminar and additional three-credit hour elective


                                                                                                                           Contact Us
                                                                                                                           Director: Dr. Anita Nucci
                                                                                                                           Phone: (404) 413-1234
                                                                                                                           Email: anucci@gsu.edu
                                                                                                                           Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition

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                                                    Master of Science with a major in                                        Master of Science with certificate in Public Health
Required Courses for M.S. in Health Sciences with
                                                    Health Sciences                                                          (continued)
                                                                                                                             Capstone Project (Minimum of 6 semester hours)
                                                    Students complete an M.S. in Health Sciences with a specialization       NUTR 7999: Thesis Research
                                                    in nutrition and may choose to also obtain a certificate in Public       OR
                                                    Health. If a student desires to meet the educational requirements        NUTR 7990: Portfolio Seminar and Public Health Elective*
                                                    to become an R.D., it is possible to complete the required dietetics
                                                    coursework while enrolled in the graduate program. These stu-            *Choose one of the following courses as a PH elective:
                                                    dents will meet with the DPD program director to plan a course           PH 7012: Health Planning and Program Development (3)
                                                    of study.                                                                PH 7013: Health Care Quality Issues and Strategies (3)
                                                                                                                             PH 7016: Introduction to Health Promotion (3)
                                                    M.S. in Health Sciences with a Certificate in                            PH 7130: Law and Public Health Practice (3)
                                                    Public Health                                                            PH 7140: Social and Behavioral Aspects of Public Health (3)
                                                                                                                             PH 7150: Environmental Health (3)
                                                    Health Science Core (6 semester hours)                                   PH 7160: Introduction to Business and Health Care (3)
                                                    HHS 6000: Research Methods for the Health and Human Science              PH 7170: Using Research to Develop Health Policy (3)
                                                     Professions (3)                                                         PH 7250: Health Care Finance and Resource Management (3)
Certificate in Public Health




                                                    HHS 8000: Trends Affecting Health Policies, Practices, and Laws (3)      PH 7500: Health Communication (3)
                                                                                                                             PH 7521: Evaluation Research (3)
                                                    Nutrition Courses (15 semester hours)                                    PH 7530: Prevention Effectiveness and Economic Evaluation (3)
                                                    NUTR 6101: Nutrition Research Methods (3)
                                                    NUTR 6102: Nutrition Intervention (3)
                                                    NUTR 6104: Advanced Normal Nutrition I (3)
                                                    NUTR 6106: Advanced Normal Nutrition II (3)
                                                    NUTR 7101: Nutrition Issues (3)
                                                    OR
                                                    NUTR 7950: Advanced Topics in Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

                                                    Public Health Courses (Elective courses) (9 semester hours)
                                                    PH 7010: Foundations of Public Health Administration & Policy (3)
                                                    PH 7011: Epidemiology for Public Health (3)
                                                    PH 7017: Public Health Biostatistics (3)



                                                                                                                           Contact Us
                                                                                                                           Director: Dr. Anita Nucci
                                                                                                                           Phone: (404) 413-1234
                                                                                                                           Email: anucci@gsu.edu
                                                                                                                           Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition
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Required Courses for M.S. in Health Sciences-   Master of Science with a major in                                         Master of Science with an emphasis in
                                                Health Sciences                                                           Sports Nutrition (continued)
                                                Students complete an M.S. in Health Sciences with a specialization in     Capstone Project (Minimum of 6 semester hours)
                                                nutrition and may choose a general program with several electives         NUTR 7999: Thesis Research
                                                or course options that combine the M.S. program with an empha-            OR
                                                sis in sports nutrition. If a student desires to meet the educational     NUTR 7990: Portfolio Seminar and Sports Nutrition Elective*
                                                requirements to become an R.D., it is possible to complete the re-
                                                quired dietetics coursework while enrolled in the graduate program.       *Choose one of the following courses as a sports nutrition elective or
                                                These students will meet with the DPD program director to plan a          other electives with approval of the faculty advisor:
                                                course of study.                                                          KH 7620: Clinical Exercise Physiology (3)
                                                                                                                          KH 7550: Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (3)

                                                M.S. in Health Sciences with an Emphasis in
                                                Sports Nutrition

                                                Health Science Core (6 semester hours)
                                                HHS 6000: Research Methods for the Health and Human Science
                                                 Professions (3)
                                                HHS 8000: Trends Affecting Health Policies, Practices, and Laws (3)

                                                Nutrition Courses (15 semester hours)
Sports Nutrition




                                                NUTR 6101: Nutrition Research Methods (3)
                                                NUTR 6102: Nutrition Intervention (3)
                                                NUTR 6104: Advanced Normal Nutrition I (3)
                                                NUTR 6106: Advanced Normal Nutrition II (3)
                                                NUTR 7101: Nutrition Issues (3)
                                                OR
                                                NUTR 7950: Advanced Topics in Medical Nutrition Therapy (3)

                                                Sports Nutrition/Exercise Courses (Elective courses) (9 semes-
                                                ter hours)
                                                NUTR 7106: Advanced Sports Nutrition (3)
                                                KH 7500: Physiology of Exercise (3)
                                                KH 7620: Clinical Exercise Physiology (3)
                                                OR
                                                KH 7550: Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (3)
                                                                                                                        Contact Us
                                                                                                                        Director: Dr. Anita Nucci
                                                                                                                        Phone: (404) 413-1234
                                                                                                                        Email: anucci@gsu.edu
                                                                                                                        Web: http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition

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                                                                                           Faculty

 Why Georgia State?
 Classes are taught at Georgia State University’s campus in the center of vibrant
                                                                                           Dan Benardot, PhD, DHC, RD, LD, FACSM
                                                                                           Professor and Division Head. Focus on energy balance, obesity, and human
                                                                                           performance.

                                                                                           Vijay Ganji, PhD, RD, LD
 downtown Atlanta. Situated in the heart of Atlanta’s business, government, cultural,      Associate Professor. Focus on micronutrients and human health and public
 and retail center, Georgia State University is one of the largest urban universities in   nutrition policy.
 the country. Atlanta is the center for medicine,
 health services, and research for Georgia and                                             Barbara Hopkins, MMSc, RD, LD
 much of the Southeast.                                                                    DPD Director and Assistant Clinical Professor. Focus on clinical dietetics and
                                                                                           human health.
 Work with faculty mentors who are dedicated
 to excellence in education and have expertise                                             Jana Kicklighter, PhD, RD, LD
 in a broad range of nutrition-related areas:                                              Associate Professor. Focus on nutrition education, nutrition, and culture.
 • Food safety
 • Sports nutrition
                                                                                           Catherine McCarroll, MPH, RD, LD
                                                                                           CP Director and Clinical Instructor. Focus on clinical dietetics and human
 • Nutrition and aging
                                                                                           health.
 • Nutrition and education
 • Nutrition and chronic disease               Division of Nutrition Offices are
                                                    located on the 8th floor of the        Christina M. Moore, Ph.D.
                                                    Urban Life Building (number 37 on      Assistant Professor. Focus on microbial food safety health behavior and
                                                    the map).                              education.
 Georgia State University offers:
                                                                                           Anita Nucci, PhD, RD, LD
 l Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (Didactic Program in Dietetics)
                                                                                           Graduate Program Director and Assistant Professor. Focus on pediatrics,
 l Master of Science in Health Sciences Coordinated Program
                                                                                           diabetes, and intestinal failure.
 l Master of Science in Health Sciences with a Concentration in Nutrition.

                                                                                           Murugi Ndirangu, PhD
                                                                                           Assistant Professor. Focus on international nutrition and underserved
                                                                                           populations.

                                                                                           Meera Penumetcha, PhD, RD
                                                                                           Assistant Professor. Focus on lipid metabolism as it relates to health and
                                                                                           disease.

                                                                                           Walter R.Thompson, PhD, FACSM
                                                                                           Regents Professor. Focus on cardiovascular physiology and disabled athletes.

                                                                                           Emeritus Faculty
                                                                                           Missy Cody, PhD, RD, LD
                                                                                           Delia Baxter, PhD, RD, LD
                                                                                           Susan Roman, MMSc, MT, SM
                                                                                           Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, RD, LD, CSSD
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     For more information on our programs, contact:

     Division of Nutrition
     862 Urban Life Building
     140 Decatur Street
     Atlanta, GA 30303

     dial 404/413-1226
     fax 404/413-1228
     visit http://chhs.gsu.edu/nutrition




                                                      COLLEGE OF
                                                      HEALTH AND
                                                      HUMAN SCIENCES

                                                      College of Health and Human Sciences
                                                      Division of Nutrition
                                                      P.O. Box 3995
<<                                                    Atlanta, GA 30302-3995

				
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