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NUTR3201 – Advanced Nutrition Sciences

Lecturer Ms Veronique Chachay
Course Link UQ Site
Faculty HABS
Prerequisites BIOC2000 + physiology at year 2 level (either PHYL2730 or BIOM2011) + NUTR2101
Contact Hours 2 Lecture hours, 2 Practical or Laboratory hours
Semester(s) Taught Semester 2
Course Units 2
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Rating

Total average

87.1/100

Learning Materials ( 85 )
Learning Activities ( 83 )
Blackboard Management ( 88.5 )
Course Content ( 87.5 )
Course Structure ( 87 )
Contact Availability ( 92.5 )
Course Difficulty ( 88 )

Reviews (2)

Anonymous
   
NUTR3201 – Advanced Nutrition Sciences 90.0

Really good course to follow on from NUTR2101. Veronique is a wonderful lecturer, really genuinely cares about students, their results and how they keep up with the content. She uploads 'need to knows' each week which makes revisions easy. Easy to do well in if you know the particulars and you keep up with the content. Content is also super interesting and relevant to recent developments in nutrition science.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2017

Your program/major

Health science w/ nutritions

Is lecture attendance necessary?

yes

Is the textbook necessary?

no

Positives No positive points
Negatives No negative points
Posted on December 2, 2017 11:13 am
Anonymous
   
NUTR3201 – Advanced Nutrition Sciences 84.2

Excellent course. Veronique was a great lecturer, she was easily available and gave a lot of guidence throughout the course. Lecture materials are long but after each lecture a new file is uploaded of a shortened 'only important points' powerpoint which describes the important points that will be in the weekly online quiz/final exam. This makes the course fairly easy to do well in. Assignment seems like it could be confusing but there is plenty of time allocated in class with loads of feedback. Reasonably easy to get a good mark in the course.

Semester taken

Semester 2 - 2013

Your program/major

Exercise and Nutrition

Positives
  • Large amount of assessment completed before final exams
  • Lecture slides have highlighted areas - pointing out the important 'must know' facts
  • Straightforward, relatively easy to do well
Negatives
  • Tutorials are long, sometimes uninteresting
Posted on March 1, 2014 9:53 am

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