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Required Courses

The Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics requires 54 credits in nutrition and dietetics. Specific courses in science and math are required to meet ACEND standards. Students are eligible for a minor in science if an additional 3 credits are taken in an approved science course.

Course Name Number Title Credits
ND 101 A&B Nutrition Topics and Skills 1
ND 103 Basic and Culinary Foods and Lab 3
ND 112 Nutrition I 3
ND 138 Food Safety 1
ND 203 Food Science and Technology and Lab 3
ND 211 Nutrition Education 3
ND 213 Nutrition II 3
ND 223 Social and Cultural Aspects of Food 3
ND 300 Theory of Medical Nutrition Therapy I 4
ND 301 A,B,C Theory of Food Systems Management I 4.5
ND 312 Community Nutrition 2
ND 331 Sports Nutrition 3
ND 379 A,B,C,D Food Systems Management II 6
ND 391 Supervised Practice Food Systems Management I 1
ND 392 Supervised Practice Community Nutrition 1.5
ND 400 Preparation for Professional Practice 3
ND 420 Theory of Medical Nutrition Therapy II 6
ND 465 Research in Nutrition and Dietetics

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In addition to completing the required courses for the DPD, students following the Spanish emphasis curriculum option are also required to complete a total of 18 credits in Spanish at a 211 level or higher. Students are required to complete 9 of these credits at Marywood University. The remaining 9 credits will be completed while the student is studying abroad.

DPD - SPANISH EMPHASIS CURRICULUM OPTION

Recommended Course of Study

A. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 211 level should take the following 6 courses to complete an 18 credit minor:

  1. Spanish 211 – Intermediate Spanish I
  2. Spanish 212 – Intermediate Spanish II
  3. Spanish 223 or Spanish 300 (Spanish for Reading and Review / Intensive Grammar – depending on student proficiency level)
  4. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  5. Spanish 307*– Advanced Medical Spanish
  6. Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

 

B. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:

  1. Spanish 223 – Spanish for Reading and Review
  2. Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  3. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  4. Spanish 307* – Advanced Medical Spanish
  5. Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

 

C. Student beginning Spanish classes above the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:

  1. Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  2. Spanish 307* – Advanced Medical Spanish
  3. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  4. Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  5. Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization 

 

NOTE: Substitutions for these recommended courses may be warranted, however any substitutions must be approved by the Foreign Languages Department.