CLINICAL NUTRITION (Curriculum Code HOND-CNU40)

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1 Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health 35 West 4th Street, 10th Floor New York, NY MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) DEGREE IN NUTRITION & DIETETICS with a Concentration in CLINICAL NUTRITION (Curriculum Code HOND-CNU40) Lisa Sasson, MS, RD, CDN, Program Director Frederick Tripp, MS, RD, CDN, Advising Coordinator Domingo Piñero, PhD, Advisor This curriculum applies to students who matriculate as of summer To request further information or to make an appointment with an advisor: Please visit our website: Telephone: Fax: /2006

2 1 THE 40-CREDIT MASTER S PROGRAM IN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CLINICAL NUTRITION (HOND-CNU) INTRODUCTION The master s program in Nutrition and Dietetics with a concentration in Clinical Nutrition (curriculum code HOND- CNU) prepares students for a wide range of careers as dietitians in health care, community, and private practice settings, as food industry specialists in public relations and media, and as nutrition educators in health care, community, or corporate health programs (for a more complete list of career options, see page 7 of this handout). The program provides the opportunity to, and strongly recommends that, students meet registration eligibility requirements of the Commission on Dietetic Registration of American Dietetic Association (ADA) as well as to obtain a Master of Science degree. OTHER PROGRAM OPTIONS The Department offers additional Masters Degree options to students who are not interested in becoming Registered Dietitians, would like to obtain the RD along with a different master s degree, or already hold an RD credential. These include: Nutrition and Dietetics: Clinical Nutrition (HOND-CNU) 34-credit option for Registered Dietitians and RD-eligible individuals. Foods and Nutrition (HOND-FNU) 34 credit option only for applicants who are holders of a health-care credential (RN, MD, CSW, DDS, RPh) and not interested in practicing nutrition. Community Public Health: Public Health Nutrition (HCPH-NPH) Community Health (HCPH-CPH) International Community Health (HCPH-IPH) Food Studies and Food Management: Food Studies (HOFD-FDS) Food Management (HOFD-MGT) For information about these programs and our different concentrations in Clinical Nutrition (HOND-CNU) and Foods and Nutrition (HOND-FNU), please consult an advisor in the graduate nutrition program. ADMISSIONS Applicants must have at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. For information, including access to the Steinhardt School of Education Graduate Bulletin and application materials, please visit our website (www.education.nyu.edu/nutrition) and click on the appropriate links at the top of the page. For specific questions on admissions, please call the Steinhardt Graduate Admissions Office at , or visit The Bulletin contains detailed information for students with U.S. or international undergraduate credentials on tuition and living costs, non-matriculated status, and financial aid. The deadlines for application to the M.S. program are November 1 for the spring semester and February 1 for the fall semester. Note, however, that deadlines for application to Dietetic Internships differ and you must refer to the NYU Dietetic Internship handout for additional information about deadlines. In addition to all general application requirements, applicants to master s degree programs in nutrition (HOND) who have non-u.s. credentials must present a course-by-course evaluation of their international credentials. A number of agencies can provide this service; however, NYU Steinhardt recommends World Education Services (WES). Greater detail on the evaluation services and costs may be found at POLICIES Students are responsible for following all University policies as described in the current edition of the New York University Steinhardt School of Education Bulletin. Additionally, students are required to adhere to any additional policies established by the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health.

3 2 PROGRAM GOALS The goals of the Clinical Nutrition concentration within the M.S. program in Nutrition and Dietetics are to provide students with the knowledge and skills to: 1. Educate individuals and the public on food choices that will optimize health and prevent disease. 2. Apply nutrition principles and diet assessment to the treatment of diet-related disease conditions. 3. Manage human, financial, and physical resources to improve the nutritional status of individuals and population groups. 4. Help improve the nutritional status of individuals and population groups. 5. Monitor trends and issues in the discipline of nutrition, and translate this information into curriculum, education, and training programs. 6. Apply research principles and methods to the examination of current problems in nutrition and health. PROGRAM OVERVIEW: CLINICAL NUTRITION (HOND-CNU) a This Clinical Nutrition concentration is a 40-credit curriculum for students seeking eligibility to obtain the R.D. credential along with advanced academic work leading to the M.S. degree. The curriculum is described on page 6 of this handout. It also provides the courses for the NYU/James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Bronx, NY Dietetic Internship/Master s Program, conducted jointly with the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center (JJPVAMC). Admission to dietetic internships is competitive, accomplished through a national computer matching system, and requires separate applications to the Internship and the computer matching system. For detailed information on the NYU Dietetic Internship, and the James J. Peters Veterans Administration Medical Center, Bronx, NY Dietetic Internship/NYU M.S. Program in Clinical Nutrition, visit our website HOW TO BECOME A REGISTERED DIETITIAN (RD) The Graduate DPD is one element of the requirements for Dietetic Registration. These requirements include: A bachelor s degree from an accredited institution (you should already have this for graduate admission). The NYU Graduate DPD b (see pages 3 and 4). An NYU DPD Verification Statement: Obtain this in the last semester in which you are taking DPD courses. Request application from office staff and submit with fee. A Dietetic Internship: Apply through national computer matching in the last semester of courses (see handouts for the NYU Dietetic Internship or Bronx VA Internship). Verification of Internship Completion: Obtain from the Dietetic Internship director at the end of the internship program. Apply to the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) to take the dietetic registration examination. Pass the CDR examination and earn the Registered Dietitian credential. HOW TO JOIN THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION (ADA) Students enrolled in the NYU Graduate DPD and those who are RD-eligible may join the American Dietetic Association members. For information about the organization, its benefits, and its membership requirements, consult the ADA s Website: To join the student committee of the Greater New York Dietetic Association (GNYDA), go to Membership in the ADA is required to join GNYDA. a The various terms used throughout this handout are defined in the Glossary on page 8. b The NYU DPD is currently accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetic Association (200 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000 Chicago, IL , ) until

4 3 CLINICAL NUTRITION (HOND-CNU) GRADUATE DIDACTIC PROGRAM IN DIETETICS (DPD) i The NYU Graduate Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) constitutes a set of undergraduate courses that must be completed by all students as part of American Dietetic Association eligibility requirements for dietetic registration and as part of NYU s requirements to study at the master s level. The program s mission is to provide students with a well-integrated education in basic sciences, liberal arts, and theoretical and applied aspects of nutrition. Students who complete the DPD requirements: Obtain a sound basis of liberal education and specialization coursework in nutrition and dietetics. Meet the foundation knowledge and skills requirements of the American Dietetic Association s Standards of Education. Are able to apply decision-making and analytical skills to further training. Are prepared to enter dietetic internships, programs of graduate study, or find positions related to food, nutrition or health care. Prerequisites and Pre-Internship Requirements NYU Graduate students who have not completed undergraduate DPD courses do not take another bachelor's degree. Instead, students enroll in the Clinical Nutrition (HOND-CNU) M.S. program option and take undergraduate DPD courses as needed. All courses taken toward the DPD must be approved by an advisor and completed prior to receiving the Graduate DPD Verification Statement a. DPD courses may not be taken for graduate credit, and DPD courses taken for graduate credit outside of NYU, whether prior to or after matriculation, will not be counted toward the graduate degree at NYU. The following 15 courses or their equivalents taken elsewhere and pre-approved by a HOND program advisor, or passed by exemption examination b constitute NYU s Clinical Nutrition (HOND-CNU) Graduate DPD. For help in planning the sequence in which these courses must be taken, consult the Graduate DPD Sequence Map on the next page and obtain the approval of an academic advisor. Online courses and courses taken at two-year colleges that do not have an ADA-accredited program do not meet NYU s DPD requirements. COURSES CREDITS E New Graduate Student Seminar (HOND) 0 (Must be taken during first term) Basic Science Credits for courses taken at NYU V Introduction to Modern Chemistry with laboratory 5 V Principles of Organic Chemistry with laboratory 5 E Food Microbiology & Sanitation 3 E Nutritional Biochemistry 3 E Nutrition-Focused Human Physiology 3 Nutrition Science E Nutrition & Health b 3 E Diet Assessment & Planning 3 E Nutrition & The Life Cycle 3 E Clinical Nutrition Assessment & Intervention 3 E Community Nutrition 3 Food Science E Introduction to Foods & Food Science b 3 E Food Management Theory 3 E Food Production & Management 3 E Food Science & Technology 3 GRADUATE COURSE: Credits count toward 40-credit M.S. degree E Research Methods 3 a To receive a DPD Verification or Declaration of Intent from NYU, students must take at least 15 credits at NYU and get pre-approval from a HOND program advisor for all DPD courses taken outside NYU. b Exemption examination for qualified students is available for this course. Request the handout on the challenge exam policy and application form at the Department office.

5 4 NYU GRADUATE DPD (DIDACTIC PROGRAM IN DIETETICS): SEQUENCE MAP MASTER S CONCENTRATION IN CLINICAL NUTRITION (HOND-CNU) Method: Courses at the top of this chart have no prerequisites. Begin taking these courses and work down in sequential order. Lines and arrows indicate prerequisites. Broken lines indicate courses that may be taken concurrently (co-requisites) but not out of sequence. Do not take courses that have prerequisites until you have completed the prerequisites. No matter where you start this sequence, take New Graduate Student Seminar, E , your first semester. E New Graduate Student Seminar E Food Microbiology & Sanitation E Nutrition and Health E Nutrition- Focused Human Physiology V Introduction to Modern Chemistry E Introduction to Foods & Food Science E Food Management Theory E Diet Assessment & Planning E Nutrition & The Life Cycle V Organic Chemistry E Food Science & Technology E Food Production & Management E Clinical Nutrition Assessment E Community Nutrition E Nutritional Biochemistry E Research Methods GRADUATE DPD VERIFICATION OR DECLARATION OF INTENT MASTER S PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (See next page for details) All Master s courses have E Research Methods as co-requisite unless otherwise stated as prerequisite. Graduate DPD Declaration of Intent may be filed only during the final term of completing DPD courses. Graduate DPD Verification or DPD Declaration of Intent must be filled out and turned in to the department office in order to be admitted to Master's Degree Courses.

6 5 DPD COURSES MASTER S PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS E Research Methods (3 cr) Graduate DPD Verification or Declaration of STRONGLY RECOMMENDED: Complete a Dietetic Internship at the beginning of your master s program Other Internship: May reduce HOND- CNU credit requirement to 34 NYU DIETETIC INTERNSHIP (15 credits) 9 credits: E Medical Nutrition Therapy (4 cr) E Nutrition-Focused Physical Assessment (2 cr) E Nutrition Counseling Theory & Practice (3 cr) Plus 6 credits: E Clinical Practice in Dietetics I (3 cr) E Clinical Practice in Dietetics II (3 cr) No Internship: Take 3-4 credits of E HOND Field Experience OTHER MASTER S DEGREE COURSES All master s courses require E Research Methods as co-requisite unless otherwise stated as prerequisite Advanced Nutrition Research One required (3 cr) Nutrition Science Both required (6 cr) Advanced Clinical Nutrition At least one required (3 cr) Electives (To completion of credits) E Nutrition Assessment Methods for Research (3 cr) E Nutritional Epidemiology (3 cr) E Seminar in Adv Nutrition (3 cr) E Advanced Nutrition: Proteins, Fats & Carbohydrates (3 cr) E Advanced Nutrition: Vitamins & Minerals (3 cr) E Pediatric Nutrition (3 cr) E Critical Care Nutrition (3 cr) E Sports Nutrition (3cr) E Clinical Nutrition Management (3 cr) E Weight Management (3 cr) E Nutrition & Aging (3 cr) E Nutritional Aspects of Eating Disorders (3 cr) Graduate level courses offered by the Department (2000- level) or elsewhere in the University by advisement. REQUIRED: CULMINATING EXPERIENCE May be taken only after completion of 30 graduate credits including all core requirements One required (2 cr) E Research Applications (2 cr) or E Research Apprenticeship (2 cr) (requires application and permission)

7 CLINICAL NUTRITION (HOND-CNU): 40-CREDIT M.S. CURRICULUM This curriculum provides advanced academic training leading to an M.S. degree for students who also seek the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential. We recommend applying to Dietetic Internships as early in the program as possible. Notes: 1. No master's level E33 courses may be taken pass/fail. 2. Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may be taken only after you have completed E Research Methods. Please consult with your academic advisor for additional information about course sequence. 3. DPD courses may not be taken for graduate credit. 6 MASTER S PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS CREDITS PREREQUISITE: DPD Verification (or Declaration of Intent) from CADE-accredited program. FIRST SEMESTER: 3 All students, including Dietetic Interns E New Graduate Student Seminar: Nutrition section (0) E Research Methods (3) NYU DIETETIC INTERNSHIP 15 Interns only, or may be taken as electives by students who have completed a different dietetic internship (9) *E Medical Nutrition Therapy (4) *E Nutrition-Focused Physical Assessment (2) E Nutrition Counseling Theory and Practice (3) Reserved for NYU Interns only (6) *E Clinical Practice in Dietetics I (3) *E Clinical Practice in Dietetics II (3) Dietetic Internship elsewhere: Discuss with advisor how MS requirements can be reduced from 40 to 34 credits. No Dietetic Internship: You are required to take 3-4 credits of Field Experience to graduate. MASTER S PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: MAY BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH OR AFTER E (RESEARCH METHODS). Advanced Nutrition Research required to take one: 3 *E Nutritional Epidemiology (3) *E Nutrition Assessment Methods for Research (3) *E Seminar in Advanced Nutrition (3) Nutrition Science required to take both: 6 E Advanced Nutrition: Protein, Fats and Carbohydrates (3) E Advanced Nutrition: Vitamins and Minerals (3) Advanced Clinical Nutrition at least one required: 3 E Pediatric Nutrition (3) *E Critical Care Nutrition (3) (can only be taken after completion of an ADA-accredited Dietetic Internship) E Sports Nutrition (3) E Clinical Nutrition Management (3) (can only be taken after completion of an ADAaccredited Dietetic Internship) E Weight Management (3) E Nutrition in Aging (3) E Nutritional Aspects of Eating Disorders (3) Culminating experience: 2 (These can only be taken after completion of 30 graduate credits including all core requirements) E Research Applications (2), or E Research Apprenticeship (2), by permission of the Department Master s Electives: Graduate level courses Remaining credits These may be chosen by advisement from other categories, programs, and schools Only 2000-level courses are considered graduate level. Please check Department or University schedules for course offerings each semester.

8 7 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Students interested in clinical nutrition often ask about job opportunities available in the field. Graduates of our program are currently employed in a wide variety of positions, including: Clinical dietitians or managers of nutrition programs in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, health professions schools, and other health care settings. Members of clinical specialty teams in pediatrics, internal medicine, family medicine, surgery, renal, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and critical care medicine services. Members of health teams caring for patients with AIDS. Counselors of patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and hypertension. Community nutritionists in a wide variety of programs sponsored by local, state, and federal agencies of the government and private sector. Nutrition educators in health care, community, or corporate health programs. Private nutrition consultants to the general public, health care agencies, weight management programs, government agencies, and the food industry. Staff members of private sector health agencies such as the American Heart Association, the Red Cross, or the March of Dimes. Staff members of local and state health departments. Staff members of federal agencies such as USDA, Library of Congress, National Institutes of Health, and the Food and Drug Administration. Nutrition teachers in schools, colleges, and universities. Project officers of private philanthropic foundations. Profit and non-profit positions that focus on nutrition education, media and communications of food, nutrition and health. GLOSSARY ADA: The American Dietetic Association, the 65,000-member professional organization of Registered Dietitians (RDs). The ADA establishes standards, and approves and accredits dietetics education and practice programs. CADE: The ADA s Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education, a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Declaration of Intent: To apply to Internships, students must have either a DPD Verification or a Declaration of Intent to complete the DPD by the time the program begins. The Declaration of Intent permits students who are enrolled in the last few DPD courses to apply to internships; it lists the courses being taken to complete the DPD. When these courses are completed, a DPD Verification is issued. Note: a DPD Verification is required for Internship enrollment. Dietetic Internship: A program that provides a minimum of 900 hours of supervised practice in dietetics and is accredited by the ADA. Successful completion of a Dietetic Internship enables students to meet eligibility requirements to take the dietetic Registration Examination. DPD: Didactic Program in Dietetics. The set of required courses established by an institution (in this case, NYU) that satisfies the core competencies of education defined by the ADA. The DPD represents the fundamental knowledge expected of an entry-level dietetics student prior to taking an Internship. DPD Verification: Process whereby the Director of Dietetics reviews students academic records to determine whether they have completed all of the ADA educational competencies to fulfill the DPD.

9 Internship Verification: Certificate awarded after satisfactory completion of all rotations, assignments, and projects associated with the Dietetic Internship and the Clinical Practice in Dietetics courses (E and E ). 8 Matriculation: Official acceptance as a degree student in an academic department. Students meet with an advisor and complete a matriculation agreement, which specifies prerequisites, number of transferred graduate credits, and total graduate points required for the Master of Science degree.

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