The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics requires Registered Dietitians to complete didactic academic courses, to participate in 900 hours of supervised practice, and to take a national Registration Exam.
The Coordinated Program in Dietetics (CPD) allows students to take the academic courses coordinated with the supervised practice experience. Students in Framingham State University's accredited program have a high pass rate on the national exam. The program prepares the student to function as an entry-level dietitian on the medical team, a foodservice director, or a community nutritionist.
You enhance your learning by simultaneously applying textbook knowledge to real life situations (supervised practice experiences). On campus, you exchange ideas with other students in seminars coordinated with classroom topics. In this way , you develop knowledge and skills in critical thinking, management, communications, counseling and technology. To broaden your exposure to the nutrition field, you will be placed at three different facilities.
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