Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 72
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72 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
103.-A survey course in dietetics. A lecture course.
113.-Foods. This course includes the study of the production,
manufacture, composition, and nutritive value of
foods; the classification into food principles; the changes in
processes of digestion; the effect of heat on food; the preparation,
cooking, and appropriate serving of food. Lecture and
recitation, one hour a week; laboratory, four hours a week.
Parallel or prerequisite, chemistry 115-125.
123.-Foods. A continuation of course 113.
133.-Foods. A continuation of course 123.
213.-Foods. This course includes a general review of the
theory and processes of cooking; the study of recipes as to
types; the principles and practice of canning and preserving;
jelly and pickle making. Further work in the cost and nutritive
value of foods, the planning of menus to meet physiological
needs; the cooking and serving of meals. Lecture and
recitation, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours. Parallel
or prerequisite bacteriology, and physiology. Prerequisite,
Domestic Science, 113-123-133.
223.-Foods-Dietetics Continuation. This course treats
of the composition of foods and the amount required for
proper nutrition. Practice in the weighing and measuring of
one hundred calorie portions will be given. The energy requirement
for the individual at different ages will be studied.
Lecture and recitation, one hour a week; laboratory, four hours
a week. Prerequisite, Domestic Science 213.
233.-Foods-Invalid Cookery. This course includes the
fundamental principles of nutrition with special emphasis on
the food requirement and the preparation of food for persons
under abnormal conditions. Lecture and recitation, one hour
a week; laboratory four hours. Prerequisite, Domestic Science
243.-Home Management. This includes a study of the
problems confronting the housewife in her every day life; the
organization of the household, sanitation, food problem, and
problems of expenditure. Lecture and recitation three hours
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