The goals of the Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics are to:
1. Prepare graduates to be competent entry-level dietitians who are eligible to write the Registration Examination for Dietitians.
2. Prepare graduates who are servant leaders in their chosen profession.
3. Provide professionally trained Registered Dietitians with either an emphasis in medical nutrition therapy or public health nutrition who may be employed by the healthcare and educational systems of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, or local, national, or international entities.
Pass rate of first-time test takers on the registration examination. Over a five-year period, the pass rate for CP graduates taking the registration examination for the first time will be at least 80%.
Students enrolled in the professional courses in the third year of a bachelor-level CP or first year of a graduate level CP that are expected to complete program/degree requirements within 150% of the time planned for completion.
Over a five-year period, 70% or more of CP graduates who sought employment in dietetics will be employed within three months of program completion.
Program graduates will become servant leaders in their profession roles
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