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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017

Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics (B.S.)

BS-SP DIE DID

Dietetics and Nutrition Department

Bachelor of Science (HEGIS 1306)


Caudell Hall 207 (716) 878-5913

SUNY-Buffalo State’s Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60606-6995, (213) 899-0040 ext 5400. http://www.eatright.org/ACEND.

The program provides students with the academic requirements established by ACEND for entry-level dietitians. Graduates of the program receive a verification statement signed by the DPND program director. Graduates are then eligible to apply for a ACEND-accredited supervised practice program via dietetic internships or pre-professional practice programs that are available throughout the country. After completing the supervised practice requirements, individuals may take the registration examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Passing the registration examination earns the credentials of registered dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). Career opportunities are available to dietitians in health facilities, food service organizations, government agencies, and consulting work. Some individuals use this program to prepare for graduate study in nutrition-related areas.

Admission Requirements: Students are admitted as freshmen or transfers. Transfer students, undeclared students, or students changing majors or desiring a major in this program must have a minimum GPA of 2.75 in previous college credit. Undeclared students or those changing majors to dietetics must fill out a Change of Major form.

Academic Requirements: All DPND students are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 to continue as juniors as defined by the program. DPND student cumulative GPAs will be reviewed prior to starting any DPND junior courses (NFS 401, Medical Nutrition Therapy I and/or NFS 330, Integrative and Functional Nutrition. Students failing to meet the GPA requirement cannot advance in the program until they have met the required GPA and therefore, cannot graduate with a degree in dietetics.

Intellectual Foundations Requirements

33–39 cr

Total Required Credit Hours in Nutrition and Food Science

51 cr

NFS 100

Introduction to Food Preparation

NFS 102

Introduction to Nutrition

NFS 111

Applied Management in Dietetics I

NFS 200

Applied Food Chemistry

NFS 211

Management in Dietetics II

NFS 230

Introduction to Dietetics Profession (2)

NFS 302

Advanced Nutrition (2)

NFS 311

Applied Management in Dietetics III

NFS 315

Life Cycle/Community I

NFS 316

Life Cycle/Community II (2)

NFS 330

Seminar: Integrative and Functional Nutrition (1)

NFS 401

Medical Nutrition Therapy I (4)

NFS 402

Medical Nutrition Therapy II

NFS 403

Medical Nutrition Therapy III

NFS 405

Principles of Nutrition Education (2)

NFS 411

Applied Management in Dietetics IV

NFS 430

Introduction to Nutrition Research (2)

NFS 420

Dietetics Field Experience (2)

NFS 495

Senior Project (2)

Total Required Credit Hours Outside the Department*

36 cr

BIO 100

Principles of Biology

BIO 210

Microbiology

BIO 308

Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIO 309

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab (1)

CHE 111

Fundamentals of Chemistry I (4)

CHE 112

Fundamentals of Chemistry II

CHE 114

Laboratory for Fundamentals of Chemistry II (1)

CHE 321

Principles of Organic Chemistry (4)

CHE 322

Biological Chemistry (4)

CIS 101

Computer Fundamentals

LIB 100

Introduction to Library Research Methods (1)

MAT 311

Introductory Probability and Statistics (or equivalent)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

*Some of these courses meet the Intellectual Foundations requirements.

All College Electives

0cr

Total Required Credit Hours

123-129 cr

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Childhood Education and Italian Extension (Grades 1–6 and Italian 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Mathematics Extension (Grades 1–6 and Mathematics 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Social Studies Extension (Grades 1–6 Social Studies and 7-9, B.S.)

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Computer Information Systems (B.S.)*

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Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics (B.S.)

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Geography (B.A.)

Geology (B.A.)

Health and Wellness (B.S.)

History (B.A.)

Hospitality Administration (B.S.)

Individualized Studies (B.S.)*

Industrial Technology (B.S.)*

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International Relations (B.A.)

Journalism (B.A.)

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Printmaking (B.F.A.)

Psychology (B.A.)

Psychology (B.S.)

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Spanish Education (7–12, PTCP)

Spanish (B.A.)

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Technology Education (B.S.)

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Television and Film Arts (B.A.)

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PSY - Psychology

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SCI - Science

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SOC - Sociology

SPA - Spanish

SPC - Speech Communication

SPF - Social Psychological Foundations

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