A Seventh-day Adventist Organization

Health and Wellness

To encourage the pursuit of lifelong leisure activities and wellness.

Personal Health and Nutrition Courses:

DTCS 301 - Human Nutrition (3 units Online) - Every Qtr.
Fundamentals of normal nutrition. Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals; their roles in human metabolism. Introduction to nutrition in the life cycle.
No Pre-Requisites
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: None, Sample Syllabus *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

DTCS 301 - Human Nutrition (3 units W&Th 5-650pm - 6 week course) - Fall, Winter, and Spring
Fundamentals of normal nutrition. Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals; their roles in human metabolism. Introduction to nutrition in the life cycle.
No Pre-Requisites, This course is provided during first half of the standard term.
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: None, Sample Syllabus *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

DTCS 311 - Human and Clinical Nutrition for Nursing (4 units W&Th 5-650pm) - Fall, Winter, and Spring
Fundamentals of normal nutrition. Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals; their roles in human metabolism. Investigates the role of nutrition at various stages in the life cycle of the individual in health and disease. Nutrition intervention in the prevention and treatment of disease in the clinical setting.
No Pre-Requisites, This course is a combination of DTCS 301 and 312 for students needed the full Human Nutrition course with a Clinical Nutrition element for Nursing. 
Tuition*: Standard Rate, Textbook: None, Sample Syllabus - Aid Eligible

DTCS 312 - Contemporary Nutrition (2 units W&Th 5-650pm - 6 week course) - Fall, Winter, and Spring
Nutrition intervention in the prevention and treatment of disease in the clinical setting.
DTCS 301 or equivalent, This course is provided during the second half of the standard term and is for students who only need a Clinical Nutrition element for Nursing. 
Tuition*: Standard Rate, Textbook: None, Sample Syllabus - Aid Eligible

 


 

Physical Education Courses:

PEAC 110 - Independent Activities (1 unit Online) - Every Qtr.
Develops an appropriate activity program in conjunction with staff at the activities center. Develops motor skills and physical stamina in a manner that will promote lifelong involvement in physical activity.
No Pre-Requisite, No Textbook, Gym Membership Preferred
Tuition*: $275/unit, *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

***Note: PEAC 110 removed the half unit (.5) option beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year (Starting Summer of 2016).***

PEAC 128 - Recreation Swimming (1 units On Campus) - Summer, Fall and Spring
Covers the mechanics of a variety of strokes, training methods, training principles, and safety through swim techniques that maximize fitness outcomes and minimize injuries.
No Pre-Requisite; Drayson Membership Required
Tuition*: $275/unit, *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

PEAC 128 is a one-on-one course with the instructor. Students will need to schedule a one hour session a week with the instructor. Instructor availability is as follows:

  • Mondays 10:00 - 4:00pm
  • Tuesdays 11:00 - 5:00pm
  • Wednesdays 12:00 - 6:00pm
  • Thursdays 10:00 - 4:00pm
  • Fridays 10:00 - 3:00pm

Times are subject to change. Contact the instructor, Michael Rister for further information.