Dietitians study a variety of subjects, ranging from food and nutrition, foodservice systems management, psychology, sociology and communication, to science courses such as anatomy & physiology, chemistry and biology.
Students complete a minimum of 1200 supervised practice hours, providing experiences in food service, community and clinical settings. The program has a clinical focus, with an emphasis on medical nutrition therapy.
This program will produce graduates who are eligible to take the registration examination for dietitians and be eligible for employment as entry-level dietitians.
The Coordinated Program in Dietetics has been granted candidate status by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics, which assures the quality and continued improvement of nutrition and dietetics education.
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