NHM 699: Supervised Practice
Nutrition & Hospitality Management
Rotations in a variety of clinical, community, and food-service settings that provide Coordinated Program in Dietetics students with opportunities to apply principles and knowledge addressed during their undergraduate and graduate curriculum and to participate directly in hands-on application of clinical, food-service, and community nutrition. Students will have opportunities to develop and improve a variety of skills, with emphasis in critical thinking, evaluation, and assessment.
May be repeated for up to 15 hours.
1 - 9 Credits
- Pre-requisite: 18 hours of graduate credit.
- Prerequisite Advisor Approval Required
- Pract/Intern: Practicum/Internship for NHM 699
Nutrition and Hospitality 6
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