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Summer 2012
Apr 23, 2014
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NUED 901 - Practicum I in School Nutrition
A concentrated and supervised internship in an approved school nutrition site coordinated with online weekly seminars. Students develop knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to provide school nutrition services as outlined in the School Nutrition Association’s Keys to Excellence program areas of Administration, Communications and Marketing, Nutrition and Nutrition Education, and Operations and the School Foodservice and Nutrition Specialist Credentialing Exam Study Guide. Student interns demonstrate the ability to communicate, collaborate, work in teams to solve problems, and apply critical thinking skills. Requirement: minimum of 450 hours/semester. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the graduate program in Nutrition Education and the School Nutrition Specialist; proof of eligibility to work in US; Serve Safe Certification; State criminal offender record information (CORI). Liability insurance is required. Students must meet any individual worksite regulations.
1.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Practicum, Eductn Practicum/Intrnship

Consumer Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Graduate Level Course


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