Office of Assessment and Accreditation

UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

Dietetic Internship (PBC)

Mission
The mission of the Dietetic Internship program is to prepare competent entry-level dietitians for positions in clinical, foodservice, and community nutrition to better serve individuals and their families particularly in North Carolina. The program provides a curriculum with supervised practice in order to complete the Post-BS Certificate - Dietetic Internship program. The DI program is structured to provide diverse learning opportunities within the state that enable each student to further develop and apply their knowledge and skills in order to provide quality nutrition care in diverse practice settings. The learning environment helps promote student understanding of the importance of self-reflection, oral and written communication, problem solving, teamwork, life-long learning, and service to the profession and the community.

Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate Management Skills in Dietetics
Acquire and demonstrate a broad range of contemporary skills including principles, theoretical frameworks and research findings in management practices in dietetics.

Demonstrate Professional Clinical Dietetics Competency
Acquire and demonstrate a broad range of contemporary skills including principles, theoretical frameworks and research findings in clinical dietetics (medical nutrition therapy) practice.

Demonstrate Professional Community Nutrition Skills
Acquire and demonstrate a broad range of contemporary skills including principles, theoretical frameworks and research findings in community nutrition practice.

Demonstrate Knowledge and Skills of the Dietetics Profession
Acquire and demonstrate dietetics knowledge and skills as required by the accrediting agency including but not limited to scope of dietetics practice, ethics, evidence analysis and regulatory compliance.

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