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Nutrition & Dietetics: Onsite Internship Courses

Courses

Summer Session II - 7 credits

  • ND 565: Supervised Practice: Community Nutrition (4 credits) *
  • ND 536: Communication Techniques in Nutrition & Exercise (3 credits)


Fall Semester - 12 credits

  • ND 566: Supervised Practice: Food Systems Management (6 credits) *
  • ND 560: Biochemistry of Nutrition and Exercise (3 credits)
  • ND 581: Energy Nutrients & Alcohol (3 credits)


Spring Semester - 14 credits

  • ND 568: Supervised Practice: Medical Nutrition Therapy (6 credits) *
  • ND 590: Research Methodology (3 credits)
  • ND 582: Vitamins and Minerals (3 credits)
  • ND 500; Professional Practice (2 credits) *


* Supervised practice courses


Modules for Supervised Practice

Community Nutrition Rotation

  • Introduction
  • Ethics and Professional Development
  • Legislation
  • Health Promotion and Wellness
  • Counseling: Motivational Interviewing/Communicating with the Public
  • Evidenced-Based Research
  • Business Plan


Food Systems Rotation

  • Introduction
  • Ethics and Professional Development
  • Sustainability/Business Plan
  • Food Safety and Sanitation
  • Production and Service Systems
  • Purchasing, Receiving, Storage and Inventory
  • Quality Management and Productivity
  • Human Resources
  • Financial Management and Employee Scheduling


Medical Nutrition Therapy Rotation

  • Introduction
  • Ethics and Professional Development
  • Nutritional Screening and Assessment
  • Case Study
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Long Term Care and Pediatrics
  • Quality Management
  • Business Plan - optional


Professional Practice

  • Staff Relief
  • RD Exam preparation and the programs final exam

Sports Nutrition


Whether you are a competitive athlete or just enjoy working out, what you eat will affect your performance.

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Nutrition & Dietetics Dept. | O'Neill Center for Healthy Families, Room 221 | (570) 348-6277 | nutrition@marywood.edu