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Undergraduate Catalog 2011-2012

Dietetics- Coordinated Program (B.S.)

BS-SP DIE COR

Dietetics and Nutrition Department

Bachelor of Science (HEGIS 1306)

Caudell Hall 207 (716) 878-5913

SUNY-Buffalo State’s Coordinated Program in 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 began in 1971 and is the only such program in the SUNY system. The program combines theoretical learning with supervised practice; therefore, the program provides students with the academic and supervised practice requirements established by ACEND for entry-level dietitians. Graduates of the program receive a verification statement signed by the CPD program director. Graduates are then eligible to apply to take the registration examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Passing the registration examination earns the credentials of registered dietitian (RD). or registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).

Admission Requirements: All students with sophomore, junior, or senior status meeting the eligibility requirements must apply for admission to the program during the designated period. Eligibility requirements are a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 and completion of the following prerequisite courses prior to beginning the program in the fall: BIO 308, BIO 309, CHE 111, CHE 112, CHE 321, CHE 322, NFS 100, NFS 102, NFS 110, NFS 200, NFS 230, NFS 302, NFS 315, PSY 101, and SOC 100.Selection is based on GPA, completion of prerequisite courses, biographical sketch, personal interviews, faculty/employer recommendations, and various other activities. Up to 16 students are accepted into this program each year.

Individuals interested in applying to the coordinated program must contact the department for application details. These are available by December 1 of each year; completed forms must be returned by the end of the first week of classes of the spring semester.

This curriculum is being revised as part of the accreditation process. Contact the department for information.

Intellectual Foundations Requirements

33–39 cr

Total Required Credit Hours in Nutrition and Food Science

74 cr

A minimum of 12 credit hours in the major must be completed in the department.

A. Required Courses (47 cr)

NFS 100

Introduction to Food Preparation

NFS 102

Introductory Nutrition

NFS 111

Applied Principles of Management in Dietetics/Food Services

NFS 200

Applied Food Chemistry

NFS 211

Food Service Systems Management in Health Care

NFS 230

Introduction to Dietetics (2)

NFS 300

Food processing I

NFS 302

Advanced Nutrition

NFS 310

Personnel Management in Dietetics/Food Services

NFS 315

Life Cycle and Community Nutrition I

NFS 316

Life Cycle and Community Nutrition II (2)

NFS 330

Seminar on Complementary and Alternative Nutrition (1)

NFS 401

Medical Nutrition Therapy I

NFS 402

Medical Nutrition Therapy II

NFS 403

Medical Nutrition Therapy III

NFS 405

Principles of Nutrition Education (2)

NFS 419

Introduction to Clinical Practice (2)

NFS 430

Introduction to Nutrition Research (2)

B. Courses for ADA Requirements (27 cr)

To satisfy the clinical requirements of the A.N.D., students are required to take the following courses, which may be substituted for electives.

NFS 445

Nutritional Care A

NFS 446

Nutritional Care B

NFS 447

Nutritional Care C

NFS 448

Nutritional Care D

NFS 449

Nutritional Care E (Nutritional Care of Long-Term Patients)

NFS 450

Senior Practicum in Dietetics

NFS 451

Specialty Practice

NFS 471

Experiences in Health-Care Food Service Systems

Required Courses Outside the Major (39 cr)

The ADA requires completion of subjects outside nutrition to satisfy academic requirements. Courses meeting these requirements are identified below; they may be taken as electives or used in fulfilling the Intellectual Foundations requirements.

BIO 100

Principles of Biology

BIO 210

Bacteriology

BIO 308

Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIO 309

Laboratory in Human Anatomy and Physiology (1)

CHE 111

Fundamentals of Chemistry I (4)

CHE 112

Fundamentals of Chemistry II (4)

CHE 321

Principles of Organic Chemistry (4)

CHE 322

Biological Chemistry (4)

CIS 101

Computer Fundamentals

MAT 311

Introduction to Probability and Statistics (or equivalent)

LIB 100

Introduction to Library Research Methods (1)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

SOC 100

Introduction to Sociology

All College Electives

0 cr

Total Required Credit Hours

146-152 cr

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

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Computer Information Systems (B.S.)*

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