Fall 2022 Select Course Offerings

Check out what we're offering in fall 2022!  Below is a selection of new and popular courses open to undergraduate and graduate students.  To view the full list of courses we're offering, follow these instructions using NTRN as your search term.  Not sure when you can register?  Click here to find out.

NTRN 200H. Case Cooks: Healthy Lifestyles

Credits: 1

Meeting time/delivery mode: Asynchronous online with 1 in-person skills session

Prerequisites: none

Course description: Studies say that those who frequently cook meals at home eat healthier, consume fewer calories and are happier than those who eat out. Isn't it time you learn to cook? Join your classmates for a fun, edible education. This half-semester class focuses on healthy, simple, budget friendly cooking skills to increase your confidence in the kitchen. Course is geared towards the beginner skill level. Weekly cooking topics include, Treasures from the earth, Keep it simple & Make it quick, Protein power, Grocery game plans & Mastering Student Meals, Make it lighter. Note: Please email instructor before registering if you have food allergies.

Student testimonial: "Case Cooks was a fantastic class to take! As a Nursing major, I was glad to be able to take a course outside of my usual department though it was still very much applicable to my major and especially, my life! This course didn't add any extra burden to my coursework either, if anything it was a course I always looked forward to. If you are interested in learning about better, more efficient ways to prepare food to fit in with your busy schedule and some fun and easy recipe ideas this class is definitely for you." 

NTRN 200S. Case Cooks: Sports and Performance

*New for Fall 2022*

Credits: 1

Meeting time/delivery mode: Asynchronous online with 1 in-person skills session

Prerequisites: none

Course description: Proper nutrition and hydration have a major impact on health and sports performance across all levels of training and competition. When active individuals/sports enthusiasts/athletes want to improve their performance, whether it is strength, speed, endurance, or power, they need to train and eat with proper guidance. Investing time to develop eating plans that are mindful of your type of activity and performance goals will optimize training, refuel and rehydrate faster, and decrease risk of illness and injury. This half-semester class focuses on healthy, simple, budget-friendly cooking skills that will help develop an understanding of healthy food and fluid choices to fuel an athlete/sports enthusiast/active individuals' body before, during and after activity when training, competing, recovering or traveling. Weekly cooking topics include: Overall Athlete Nutrition, Carbohydrates, Protein, Recovery & Immunity, Antioxidants & Inflammation, Hydration & Traveling/On-The Go.