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The Mansfield University dietetics concentration is currently accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) (Formerly the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetic Association), 120 South Riverside Dr., Plaza Suite 2000 Chicago, IL 60606 (312-899-0040 ext5400) email@example.com.
This program includes specialized courses in life cycle nutrition, community nutrition, advanced nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, nutrition education and counseling, food science, food service, chemistry and biology. Students have the opportunity to learn about nutrition and dietetics in a rural environment.
Graduates of this program have two options:
Career opportunities in this growing field include jobs as food service directors or sports nutritionists in schools, sports nutritionists in fitness facilities, food and nutrition experts for food manufacturers or grocery store chains, food service directors for various institutions, clinical dietitians in hospitals and, long term care facilities, private practice dietitians, dietitians in wellness and weight control programs; community dietitians for community programs such as the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program and employment in a variety of public and private organizations.
Nutrition and dietetics students are subject to all University academic requirements. The following academic requirements apply only to those continuing in the Nutrition and Dietetics Program.
Students must meet all clinical agency health requirements. These may include background checks, specific immunizations, urine drug testing, and a respirator fit test. Students will be expected to cover the costs of background checks, immunizations, urine drug testing and respirator fit test.
|NTR||2211*||Introduction to Nutrition||3|
|NTR||3305||Principles of Food Science||3|
|NTR||3314||Life Cycle Nutrition
|NTR||3325||Nutrition Counseling and Education||3|
|NTR||4420||Nutrition Research Seminar||3|
Total semester hours for core
The Dietetics Concentration is for students who wish to become registered dietitians and seek a varied background in nutrition.
|NTR||3315||Food Service Organization and Management||3|
|NTR||4401||Medical Nutrition Therapy I||3|
|NTR||4402||Medical Nutrition Therapy II||3|
|NTR||4411||Quantity Food Production||4|
|BSC||1121*||Human Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|BSC||1122*||Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|BSC||3271*||Microbiology for Health Sciences||4|
|CHM||1101*||Introduction to Chemistry||4|
|CHM||1102*||Organic and Biochemistry||4|
|CHM||2201||Introduction to Biochemistry||4|
|MA||1125*||Introductory Statistics I||3|
Total Semester Hours for Concentration:
Total Semester Hours for the major (Core plus Concentration):