The undergraduate Food Nutrition and Dietetics DPD program at Illinois State

The undergraduate food nutrition and dietetics dpd

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The undergraduate Food, Nutrition and Dietetics (DPD) program at Illinois State University is currently accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetics Association, 216 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60606-6995, (312) 899-5400. 66-67 hours required. 11-hour core: FCS 101, 103, 200, 300. The following General Education courses must be taken: Inner Core—CHE 110 and 112; Outer Core— BSC 160. 55-56-hour sequence: FCS 102, 113, 213, 311, 312, 316, 317, 318, 319, 398 (3 hours); BSC 160; CHE 220, 242; ECO 103 or 105; KNR 182; MQM 220; PSY 110 or 111, 215. This program provides the first step for students wanting to become a registered dietitian (R.D.). Students must apply for an ADA-approved dietetic internship after graduation, and then successfully complete the registra- tion examination to be an R.D. An American Dietetic Association Verification Statement of DPD Program Completion will be given to students completing this sequence. This official statement is required for gradu- ates to begin an ADA-approved dietetic internship after acceptance, and for other professional applications requiring verification of DPD Program completion. Human Development and Family Resources Sequence: The Human Development and Family Resources Sequence prepares students for careers such as child care provider or center director; child life specialist in hospital settings; child care resource and referral specialist; family life educator or marriage enrichment provider; extension specialist or youth program director; case worker or man- ager; elder services coordinator; consumer advocate; con- sumer relations specialist; product development consultant; or middle, junior, or high school teacher. 41-62 hours required. 11-hour core: FCS 101, 103, 200, 300. 30-51-hour sequence: FCS 231, 232, 233, 310, 333 and option A, B, C, or D that follows. A. Human Development: FCS 250, 251, 307, 308, 309, 331, 398 (3 hours); SWK 323; and 12 hours from FCS 111, 212, 224, 305, 306, 314. B. Family Relationships : FCS 305, 309, 364, 398 (3 hours); SWK 323; and 15 hours from FCS 111, 212, 330, 331, 394; C&I 312; HSC 390; PSY 111, 302, 303; SOC 106, 123, 211, 212, 262, 311, 341, 342, 365. C. Consumer Services : FCS 330, 331, 364, 398 (3 hours); ECO 105; MKT 230, 231. D. Teacher Education : FCS 102, 111, 113, 203, 250. Part of the endorsement program leading to certification by the State of Illinois for teaching Family and Con- sumer Sciences courses grades 6-12. Four endorsements are obtained through required Department core and
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118 C A S T Family and Consumer Sciences sequence courses: (1) Child and Day Care Services, (2) Consumer Education and Resource Management, (3) Interpersonal and Family Relationships and Parenting, and (4) Institutional and Home Management. See the Family and Consumer Science advisor for information about courses that count towards additional Family and Consumer Science endorsements. Twenty-four (24) hours Professional Education (see C&I Professional Edu- cation Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog ), including STT 399.
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  • Fall '15
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  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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