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In the Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences, you can choose from a plethora of courses in every conceivable aspect of health and nutrition, from birth to old age. We provide a high-quality, multidisciplinary, critical perspective on food, nutrition, and community health. You will learn about health systems, health and nutrition policy and program development, the social and natural components of health and disease, and health promotion.
Below are Health and Nutrition Sciences Department Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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HNSC 2140 (Koizumi) (Spring 2021)
Course: HNSC 2140 Title: Introduction to the U.S. Health System and Policy Professor: Kiyoka Koizumi Platform: LibGuides and BB Semester: Spring 2021
HNS 3171 (Koizumi) (Spring 2018)
Course: HNS 3171 Title: Health Aspects of Maturity and Aging Professor: Kiyoka Koizumi Platform: LibGuides
HNS 3300 (Pouget) (Fall 2019)
Course: HNS 3300 Name: Intro: Biostatistics for Health Sci Professor: Enrique R. Pouget Platform: LibGuides CMS
HNSC 3505/ SOCY 3505 (Ferre) (Fall 2019)
Course: SOCY/HNSC 3505 Title: Sociology of Public Health Instructor: Juan Ferre Platform: LibGuides
HNS 4150 (Koizumi) (Spring 2018)
Course: HNSC 4150 Title: Techniques of Community Health Education Professor: Kiyoka Koizumi Platform: LibGuides Semester: Spring 2018
HNS 4152 (Koizumi) (Spring 2018)
Course: HNS 4152 Title: Program Planning and Community Health Education Professor: Kiyoka Koizumi Platform: LibGuides