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    • NUTR: NUTRITION AND DIETETICS PAGE 236: DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT William Forsythe, Interim Chairperson, 148152 Rivers Building Post-baccalaureate programs offered in the Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management include a dietetic internship program and an MS in nutrition. These programs can be combined and completed in two full years of studythe opportunity to complete an MBA with a Hospitality Management concentration. More information is available for each program on the department homepage, www.ecu.edu/che/nuhmwww.ecu.edu/che/hmgt. DIETETIC INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The dietetic internship is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) of The American Dietetic Association. CADE is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the United States Department of Education. Enrollment is limited and admission is competitive. Admission requires verification of completion of a bachelor’s degree that meets Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements of The American Dietetic Association; GRE test scores; the overall GPA or the GPA for the last 60 s.h. of course work; and The American Dietetic Association computer matching. The application deadline is mid-February. Once admitted to the dietetic internship program, students are required to apply for non-degree graduate student status before beginning the program. The dietetic internship program provides supervised dietetic practice in three required areas: clinical nutrition; foodservice management; and community nutrition, which includes a rural health component. The program requires 12 s.h. of supervised dietetic practice (NUTR 4801, 4802, 4803, 4804); 1 s.h. of NUTR 4800, Orientation; and 6 s.h. of approved NUTR courses at the 5000 or 6000 level. Students may apply the 5000- and 6000-level credits toward the MS in nutrition and dietetics. Additional information and an application are available from the dietetics program director. MS IN NUTRITION The MS in nutrition provides advanced study in the practice of nutrition and dietetics. Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School. Decisions regarding admission to the nutrition and dietetics degree are based on the following criteria: courses required for the undergraduate nutrition minor; GRE test scores; and the overall or last 60 s.h. GPA. Applicants may be required to take additional courses as part of the MS degree in order to make up deficiencies. Students may choose a thesis or a non-thesis option, both of which require a minimum of 33 s.h. credit as follows. The non-thesis option may be taken completely on-line. 1. Core courses......................................................................................................................................9 s.h. BIOS 7021; NUTR 6105, 6200 2. Research courses (Choose one option.)......................................................................................6-10 s.h. Non-thesis option (6 s.h.): NUTR 6600, 6900, 6950 Thesis option (10 s.h.): BIOS 7022; NUTR 6950, 7000 3. Concentration courses (Choose one option.).............................................................................14-18 s.h. Non-thesis option (18 s.h.) Thesis option (14 s.h.) Many of the graduate courses in nutrition and dietetics are offered online. Contact the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics Hospitality Management for information regarding course availability, hardware, and software requirements.
    • MBA WITH HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION MBA students interested in pursuing the MBA with the hospitality management concentration must take HMGT 6310, 6400, 6410, 6420 as electives in the MBA program. A certificate of completion will be issued by the College of Human Ecology. Other graduate students interested in taking these electives must confer with the program director of the appropriate school. HMGT: HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 6310. Strategic Management of Conventions and Special Events (3) P: MGMT 6102; MKTG 6162. Strategic management and operations of the convention, meeting and events market. Focus on regional, national and international trends in the convention, meeting and events industry. 6400. Critical Analysis of Food Service and Beverage Management Systems (3) P: DSCI 6213; MGMT 6102. Applies analytical models to evaluate food service and beverage management systems. 6410. Strategic Management of Lodging Operations (3) P: ACCT 6241; MKTG 6162; MGMT 6102. Focus on critical issues in rooms division, facilities engineering and maintenance, lodging security and safety, convention sales and marketing, lodging systems financial management, and lodging operations staffing. 6420. Current Issues and Strategies in Hospitality Management (3) P: NUTR 6400, 6410. In depth review of empirical literature impacting issues related to hospitality management. Focus on regional, national, and international trends in food service, lodging, and tourism industries. HMGT Banked Courses 5351. Food Service Production Systems (2) 6212. Food Service Systems Administration (3) NUTR: NUTRITION AND DIETETICS 5001. Nutrition and Exercise (3) P: EXSS 3805; NUTR 2105; or consent of instructor. Relationship of sport and physical activity to basic nutrition principles. 5300. Nutrition for Wellness (3) P: One course in clinical nutrition and one in nutrition education. Planning, implementing, and evaluating nutrition services and education in wellness programs. 6000. Vegetarian Nutrition (3) Review of available scientific literature regarding the role of vegetarian diets in growth and development and again with special emphasis on the role vegetarian diets in the prevention and treatment of chronic health conditions. 6100. Independent Research (3) P: Consent of permanent graduate advisor. Conduct independent research study on topic related to program concentration. 6102. Current Issues in Clinical Nutrition (1) P: NUTR 4312, 4313; or consent of instructor. In depth review and presentation of current topics and issues in clinical nutrition. Subjects and course subtitles vary. Course may be repeated for credit with different subtitles. 6105. Human Nutrition in Physiology and Metabolism (3) P: NUTR 3105, 3106; or equivalent. Integrates normal nutrition and metabolism at cellular level with physiologic functions of tissues, organs, and systems in humans.
    • 6110. Nutrition Support (3) P: NUTR 6105. Nutrition support dietetics including enteral and parenteral nutrition. Stages of the life cycle and specific disease states as they modify nutrition support needs are considered. 6120. Advanced Clinical Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 4312, 4313, 6105. Indepth study of theory. Applies medical nutrition therapy to management of specific diseases. 6200. Research in Clinical Nutrition (3) P: Admission to MS in nutrition and dietetics program; C: Graduate-level statistics course. Research methods in clinical nutrition. Develop research topic, plan the study, and report results. 6500. Pediatric Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of nutritional requirements during infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Nutritional support of child with special problems. 6510. Maternal and Infant Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of nutritional needs of infants and pregnant and lactating women. 6520. Geriatric Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of role of nutrition in aging process. Nutrition-related health problems of the elderly and nutrition advocacy and education for elderly. 6600. Advanced Dietetic Practice (3) P: BIOS 7021; NUTR 6105, 6200. Principles of dietetic practice and program management. 6610. Nutrition and Public Health Issues (3) Same as MPH 6610 P: Consent of instructor. Examines science base for community nutrition, including problem identification, interpretation of nutritional data and scientific issues, public health policy, societal and health trends, and emerging legislative issues related to nutrition and public health. 6640. Interdisciplinary Community Rural Health Practicum (3) P: Admission to dietetic internship or consent of instructor. Prepares health care professionals for community-based practice in rural setting. Provides service to underserved rural citizens. 6900. Review of Current Literature (2) P: Consent of permanent graduate advisor. Intensive review of current literature in selected topic. Enrollment during semester in which written and oral comprehensive exams for non-thesis program are completed. 6950. Seminar in Nutrition (1) P: Consent of permanent graduate advisor. Review, evaluation, and presentation of current research. 7000. Thesis (3) May be repeated. May count a maximum of 6 s.h. NUTR BANKED COURSES 5050. Nutrition and the Workplace (1) 5211, 5212. Advanced Clinical Nutrition (1,2) 6210. Advanced Food Science (3) 6211. Nutrition Policies Communication (3) 6215. International Food Issues (3) 6300. Advanced Studies in Carbohydrates and Lipids (3) 6301. Advanced Studies in Vitamins and Minerals (3) 6302. Advanced Studies in Protein and Nutrition Amino Acids (3) DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS William Forsythe, Chairperson, 148 Rivers Building
    • Post-baccalaureate programs offered in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics include a dietetic internship program and an MS in nutrition. These programs can be combined and completed in two full years of study. More information is available for each program on the department homepage, www.ecu.edu/che/nutr. DIETETIC INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The dietetic internship is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) of The American Dietetic Association. CADE is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the United States Department of Education. Enrollment is limited and admission is competitive. Admission requires verification of completion of a bachelor’s degree that meets Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements of The American Dietetic Association; GRE test scores; the overall GPA or the GPA for the last 60 s.h. of course work; and The American Dietetic Association computer matching. The application deadline is mid-February. Once admitted to the dietetic internship program, students are required to apply for non-degree graduate student status before beginning the program. The dietetic internship program provides supervised dietetic practice in three required areas: clinical nutrition; foodservice management; and community nutrition, which includes a rural health component. The program requires 12 s.h. of supervised dietetic practice (NUTR 4801, 4802, 4803, 4804); 1 s.h. of NUTR 4800, Orientation; and 6 s.h. of approved NUTR courses at the 5000 or 6000 level. Students may apply the 5000- and 6000-level credits toward the MS in nutrition and dietetics. Additional information and an application are available from the dietetics program director. MS IN NUTRITION The MS in nutrition provides advanced study in the practice of nutrition and dietetics. Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School. Decisions regarding admission to the nutrition and dietetics degree are based on the following criteria: courses required for the undergraduate nutrition minor; GRE test scores; and the overall or last 60 s.h. GPA. Applicants may be required to take additional courses as part of the MS degree in order to make up deficiencies. Students may choose a thesis or a non-thesis option, both of which require a minimum of 33 s.h. credit as follows. The non-thesis option may be taken completely online. 1. Core courses......................................................................................................................................9 s.h. BIOS 7021; NUTR 6105, 6200 2. Research courses (Choose one option.)......................................................................................6-10 s.h. Non-thesis option (6 s.h.): NUTR 6600, 6900, 6950 Thesis option (10 s.h.): BIOS 7022; NUTR 6950, 7000 3. Concentration courses (Choose one option.).............................................................................14-18 s.h. Non-thesis option (18 s.h.) Thesis option (14 s.h.) Many of the graduate courses in nutrition and dietetics are offered online. Contact the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics for information regarding course availability, hardware, and software requirements. NUTR: NUTRITION AND DIETETICS 5001. Nutrition and Exercise (3) P: EXSS 3805; NUTR 2105; or consent of instructor. Relationship of sport and physical activity to basic nutrition principles. 5300. Nutrition for Wellness (3) P: One course in clinical nutrition and one in nutrition education. Planning, implementing, and evaluating nutrition services and education in wellness programs.
    • 6000. Vegetarian Nutrition (3) Review of available scientific literature regarding the role of vegetarian diets in growth and development and again with special emphasis on the role vegetarian diets in the prevention and treatment of chronic health conditions. 6100. Independent Research (3) P: Consent of permanent graduate advisor. Conduct independent research study on topic related to program concentration. 6102. Current Issues in Clinical Nutrition (1) P: NUTR 4312, 4313; or consent of instructor. In depth review and presentation of current topics and issues in clinical nutrition. Subjects and course subtitles vary. Course may be repeated for credit with different subtitles. 6105. Human Nutrition in Physiology and Metabolism (3) P: NUTR 3105, 3106; or equivalent. Integrates normal nutrition and metabolism at cellular level with physiologic functions of tissues, organs, and systems in humans. 6110. Nutrition Support (3) P: NUTR 6105. Nutrition support dietetics including enteral and parenteral nutrition. Stages of the life cycle and specific disease states as they modify nutrition support needs are considered. 6120. Advanced Clinical Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 4312, 4313, 6105. In-depth study of theory. Applies medical nutrition therapy to management of specific diseases. 6200. Methods in Nutrition Research (3) P: Graduate standing in Nutrition and Dietetics or consent of instructor; C: Graduate level statistics course. Review research methodologies in nutrition and develop research proposal. 6500. Pediatric Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of nutritional requirements during infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Nutritional support of child with special problems. 6510. Maternal and Infant Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of nutritional needs of infants and pregnant and lactating women. 6520. Geriatric Nutrition (3) P: NUTR 6105. Advanced study of role of nutrition in aging process. Nutrition-related health problems of the elderly and nutrition advocacy and education for elderly. 6530. Drug-Nutrient Interactions (3) P: NUTR 6105. Examination of pharmacological and nutrient interactions including drug-nutrient metabolism, problem identification, interpretation of scientific data and health issues, public health policy, and emerging legislative issues. 6600. Management in Dietetics (3) P: NUTR 6200. Leadership and management principles for managing dietetics professionals and programs. 6610. Nutrition and Public Health Issues (3) Same as MPH 6610 P: Consent of instructor. Examines science base for community nutrition, including problem identification, interpretation of nutritional data and scientific issues, public health policy, societal and health trends, and emerging legislative issues related to nutrition and public health. 6640. Interdisciplinary Community Rural Health Practicum (3) P: Admission to dietetic internship or consent of instructor. Prepares health care professionals for community-based practice in rural setting. Provides service to underserved rural citizens. 6900. Comprehensive Examination (2) P: Consent of graduate advisor. The topic and format of the comprehensive exam will be determined by the academic advisor, and may include extensive literature review, analysis and reporting of previously collected data, and development and evaluation of a nutrition intervention.
    • 6950. Seminar in Nutrition (1) P: Consent of permanent graduate advisor. Review, evaluation, and presentation of current research. 7000. Thesis (3) May be repeated. May count a maximum of 6 s.h. NUTR BANKED COURSES 5050. Nutrition and the Workplace (1) 5211, 5212. Advanced Clinical Nutrition (1,2) 6210. Advanced Food Science (3) 6211. Nutrition Policies Communication (3) 6215. International Food Issues (3) 6300. Advanced Studies in Carbohydrates and Lipids (3) 6301. Advanced Studies in Vitamins and Minerals (3) 6302. Advanced Studies in Protein and Nutrition Amino Acids (3) 6440. Seminar in Food and Nutrition (3)