BSND Coordinated Program Goals
Goal One: To provide clinical and didactic learning experiences reflecting the breadth of dietetic practice that allows the registered dietetic technician (DTR) to become competent entry-level registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN) and graduates with the skills necessary to assume expanding roles in the health care environment.
Objective for Goal 1
- At least 80% of CP graduates will take the RDN Exam within 12 months of graduation.
- At least 80 % of graduates over a five-year period will pass the Commission on Dietetic Registration RDN registration exam
- Based on alumni survey data, 70 % or more of graduates who seek employment in dietetics will be employed within one year of graduation.
- Based on alumni survey data, 50 % or more of graduates will enroll in an advanced degree program, seek certification in specialty practice areas, or contribute to the community or professional leadership.
Goal 2: Provide an innovative pathway for the DTR to complete the CP utilizing online learning environment, emerging technologies, and supervised practice in their geographic locale.
Objective for Goal 2
- Over a five-year period, 80 percent of students who enroll in the CP will complete all program requirements within 150 percent of the time planned for completion (4.5 years part-time).
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After successful completion of the didactic and supervised practice components of the BSND Coordinated Program, our students are eligible to sit for the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) Examination for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN). Over a five-year period, our graduates have an 80 percent pass rate on the CDR RDN examination within a year following their first attempt.