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The Arizona State University Dietetic Internship prepares entry-level registered dietitians for careers in a variety of health care settings including hospitals, health care agencies, government, food industries, restaurants, schools and private practice. Dietitians assist individuals and families in choosing food for adequate nutrition in health or disease throughout the life cycle, supervise the preparation and service of food in groups, develop modified diets and participate in nutrition research.
Three accredited Dietetic Internship (DI) tracks are offered to students to prepare them to become professional Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RD/RDN):
ASU’s Dietetic Internship program is currently accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND), part of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), 120 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2190, Chicago, IL 60606-6995, (312) 899-0040 ext 5400, http://www.eatrightacend.org/ACEND/.
The mission of the Dietetic Internship at Arizona State University is to develop Registered Dietitian Nutritionists who have the skills necessary to transfer nutrition knowledge into actual application and high-quality entry level practice. The program provides a strong core of dietetic experiences in which the interns will use knowledge gained in their undergraduate studies and graduate research to benefit the nutrition knowledge, health, and wellness of individuals and the community.
|MS-Degree Track||ASU/VA MS-DEGREE TRACK||WELLNESS (NON-DEGREE) TRACK|
|Eligible applicants||Any graduate of an accredited |
|Any graduate of an accredited DPD program||ASU DPD graduates only|
|Program location||Supervised practice at off-campus sites in the Greater Phoenix, AZ area. Graduate courses at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus and online.||4 interns at the Phoenix VA Healthcare System for supervised practice, with |
graduate courses at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus and online. 2 interns at the Northern Arizona VA Healthcare System in Prescott, AZ for supervised practice, with graduate courses online.
|Supervised practice at off-campus sites in the Greater Phoenix, AZ area.|
|Graduate Credits required||33||31||6|
|Hours of Supervised Practice||1247||1300||1312|
|Anticipated time for completion||24 months||16 months||8 months|
|Schedule for completion||Year 1: Two semesters of graduate courses and a research thesis project|
Year 2: Supervised practice from mid-August to early April, with 3 weeks of holiday vacation in December.
|Supervised practice from January to April of the following year at |
the Phoenix or Northern Arizona VA Healthcare System. Internship rotations
are during the day concurrent with ASU graduate courses online or in the
evenings plus an applied research project. (Program is completed during a spring semester, 1 summer session, a fall semester, and another spring semester). Interns have about 1 month off in the summer plus 2-3 weeks of holiday vacation in December.
|Supervised practice from |
mid-August to the end of April, with 2 weeks of holiday vacation in December.
|Upon completion student receives...||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics verification statement of DI completion + ASU Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition degree||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics verification statement of DI completion |
+ ASU Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition degree
|Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics verification statement of DI completion|
|Application deadline||February 15th||September 25th||February 15th|
|D&D Digital matching number||203||576||144|
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