A review and analysis of how nutrition and health issues are presented by the media. This course will reinforce concrete journalism skills and an understanding of the values and practices required of a competent and thoughtful writer and is structured around class discussions, selected readings, and writing and editing assignments. Classroom discussions and assignments will also focus on how to report controversial issues in nutrition and health. Enrollment limited to 15 students; priority given to Nutrition Intervention students.
Communicating Health Information to Diverse Audiences, Part B
NUTR 220: Fundamentals of Writing About Nutrition and Health or instructor consent. Enrollment limited to 15 students; priority given to NICBC degree program students. NOTE: Prerequisite may not be taken concurrently with NUTR 306.