To encourage the pursuit of lifelong leisure activities and wellness.

Personal Health and Nutrition Courses:

DTCS 301 - Human Nutrition (3 units Online) - Fall & 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
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 8-10:50am Wed) - Summer
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)

 


 

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)

Course FAQ:

  • Students complete independent exercise activities of their choosing (can be done with no gym membership, but this is not ideal)
  • Total required activity time is 1,440 minutes (just under 2.5 hrs a week)
  • There are no on-campus or synchronous sessions (students interact with the instructor online)
  • Students track their time using an automated exercise log in the course
  • Students report progress using a pre and post fitness self-assessment
  • Students are expected to participate in at least two leisure/ recreational sports (i.e. baseball, soccer, etc.)

For additional information, contact ge@llu.edu