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Proposed Curriculum

quality

safety standards

Dietetic Technology AAS Department Course #

Semester 1

CHEM OR CHEM BIOL NSCI DT DT ENGL DT

1214

1314 1012 1113 1001 1013 1113 1101

Course Name

community educate

Credit Hours

Chemistry I ...........................................................4

healthy lifestyle

General Chemistry I.....................................4 Biological and Medical Terminology...............2 Basic Human Nutrition............................... 3 Orientation to Dietetics................................ 1 Food Preparation.........................................3 English Composition I ................................. 3 Food Service Operations.............................. 1

menus

Semester 3 Semester 2

1003 1213 1233 1515 1303

Dietetics and Food Service Management.....3 Medical Nutrition Therapy I.........................3 Practicum – Life Cycle Nutrition..................3 Human Anatomy and Physiology................5 Nutrition in the Community.........................3

Associate

ENGL OR CHEM POLS DT DT DT MATH

1213

English Composition II .....................................3

2333 1113 1313 1323 2112

Intro to Technical Report Writing................3 American Government.................................3 Medical Nutrition Therapy II........................3 Practicum – Community Nutrition ..............3 Food Financial Management.......................2 Any 1000 - Level Math Course.....................3

Total: 17 DT

1012

Food Service Management Practicum.........2

Total: 2 DT DT SOC OR PSYC DT HIST OR HIST

2213 2223 1113

Medical Nutrition Therapy III ......................3 Practicum – Medical Nutrition Therapy III...3 Intro Sociology.............................................3

1113 2402 1483

Intro Psychology...........................................3 Dietetic Exam Preparation................ ..........2 US History to 1865 .....................................3

1493

US History since 1865..................................3

in Applied Science

in Dietetic Technology OSU-Oklahoma City Dietetic Technology Health Technology Building, Rm 208 900 N. Portland Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 www.osuokc.edu/dietetic

Summer

Session 1

specialize hospitals athletics

Total: 17

Session 2

Summer

Life Cycle Nutrition......................................2 Nutrition Assessment................................... 2

Total: 4 DT DT DT BIOL DT

food service

®

Semester 4

1202 1102

plan

Technology nutrition wellness

schools

Total: 17 DT DT

Dietetic

implement

Total: 14 Dietetic Technology Related Courses:....................... 39 Credit Hours Support and Related Courses:...................................14 Credit Hours General Education Program Requirements:..............18 Credit Hours Total to Graduate:.................................................... .71 Credit Hours

The Dietetic Technician Program has been granted Candidacy for Accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education. Graduates will be eligible to write the CDR Registration Examination for Dietetic Technicians.


Become a

dietetic

Work independently, or as a team member alongside a

technician!

Hospitals • HMOs • Clinics Long-term Care Centers

Apply for admission and scholarships. (www.osuokc.edu/apply)

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Associate degree course work for dietetic technicians includes a variety of classes in food and nutrition sciences, food service systems management and a range of general science courses.

Schedule a campus tour (405)945-9150.

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Trained in food and nutrition, you will be an integral part of health care and food service management teams.

How do you get started?

Want more employment options? Dietetic technicians work in

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Program graduates are prepared to sit for the national registration exam to become certified as a Dietetic Technician, Registered.

registered dietitian.

Retirement Centers • Hospices

Home Healthcare Programs

Contact Dietetic Technology Department (see below) for program application.

Research Facilities • WIC Programs

Schools • Child Care Centers Community Wellness Centers

Restaurants • Health Care Facilities Statistics predict employment of dietetic technician to grow faster than average for all occupations through the year 2016?

Increasing emphasis on disease prevention

• A growing and aging population • Public interest in nutrition

Corporations • Public Health Agencies

Meals on Wheels • Community

Health Programs

Visit with an OSU-OKC advisor to determine your schedule and enroll. (Student Center, first floor)

Health Clubs • Weight Management

Clinics • Correctional Facilities

F ood Companies

Contract Food Management Companies • Food Vending

and Distributing Operations

Contact:

Why does the U.S. Bureau of Labor

Complete FAFSA for financial aid assistance. (www.fafsa.ed.gov)

Catherine Palmer, MS, RD/LD Dietetic Technology Director/Department Head Health Technology Building, Room 208 Catheap@osuokc.edu • (405)945-6797 www.osuokc.edu/dietetic

Dietetic Technology brochure  

OSU-OKC's Dietetic Technology brochure highlighting what the degree has to offer.

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