Dietetic Internship Didactic Courses

NTR 560 66 Dietetic Internship Foundation – 0 credits

This course provides students enrolled in the Dietetic Internship with access to requisite resources and assignments intended to build foundation knowledge and skills needed for entry into graduate-level coursework and supervised practice in dietetics.

NTR 572 70 Practicum in Clinical Nutrition – 1credits

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of clinical nutrition. This course relies primarily on field experience as well as evidence-based research, with a strong emphasis on affective learning, preceptor feedback, and critical self-reflection.

NTR 572 66 Clinical Nutrition – 2 credit

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of clinical nutrition. Via case studies, group discussions, and presentations, interns will apply advanced knowledge of medical nutrition therapy and will practice all steps of the Nutrition Care Process for various disease states. The course relies on a combination of online coursework as well as live virtual discussions.

NTR 573 70 Practicum in Food Service Management – 1 credits

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of food service management. This course relies primarily on field experience as well as evidence-based research, with a strong emphasis on affective learning, preceptor feedback, and critical self-reflection.

NTR 573 66 Food Service Management – 2 credit

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of food service management. Via case studies, group discussions, and presentations, interns will apply advanced knowledge of food service management in relation to concepts including management skills, scheduling, budgeting, sustainability practices, quality assessment, and the systems approach. This course relies on a combination of online coursework as well as live virtual discussions.

NTR 574 70 Practicum in Community Nutrition – 1 credits

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of community nutrition. This course relies primarily on field experience as well as evidence-based research, with a strong emphasis on affective learning, preceptor feedback, and critical self-reflection.

NTR 574 66 Community Nutrition – 2 credit

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their application in the area of community nutrition. Via case studies, group discussions, and presentations, interns will apply advanced knowledge of community dietetics in relation to counseling strategies, ethics, cultural sensitivity and health literacy, public health, public policy, and global nutrition and will practice utilizing various models of behavior change in working with clients. This course relies on a combination of online coursework with live virtual discussions.

NTR 575 70 Advanced Community Nutrition –1 credits

This course provides a comprehensive analysis of dietetics principles and their application in the area of community nutrition. This course relies primarily on field experience as well as evidence-based research, with a strong emphasis on affective learning, preceptor feedback, and critical self-reflection.

NTR 575 66 Advanced Practicum in Community Nutrition – 2 credit

This course provides a comprehensive overview of dietetics principles and their intensive application in the area of community nutrition. Via case studies, group discussions, and presentations, interns will apply advanced knowledge of community dietetics in relation to community needs assessments, grant-writing for community health organizations, and linking clients to appropriate community resources. This course relies on a combination of online coursework with live virtual discussions.

NTR 561 70 Advanced Practicum in Diabetes Community Nutrition - 1 credit

This course provides a comprehensive analysis of the principles of diabetes management and their intensive application in the area of community nutrition. This course relies on field experience as well as evidence-based research, with a strong emphasis on group and individual counseling utilizing effective communication and learning strategies, application of preceptor feedback, and critical self-reflection.

 

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