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Nutritional Sciences Student Projects

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MPH PRACTICUM & FIELDWORK PROJECTS

Nutritional Sciences students pursuing a Masters in Public Health (MPH) complete Practicum and Fieldwork projects which provide opportunities to explore a specific areas of interest in public health nutrition in more depth. The student placements are meant to represent areas where the student has interest in working professionally in the future. Placements may include local, state or federal public health agencies, or non-governmental agencies engaged in health promotion or policy development.


Dietetic student project

DIETETIC STUDENT PROJECTS

The Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics (GCPD) provides the coursework and supervised practice that is required to become a Registered Dietitian® (RD). The supervised practice requires completion of rotations focusing on skills in the clinical, community and food service settings to name a few. Students pursuing an MS degree complete one 7 week clinical concentration and the MPH students complete their public health practicum. During the practice experience there are many opportunities to create and complete projects.


Student projects

STUDENT THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

The purpose of a thesis or dissertation is to provide you with the experience of developing a research question, testing this question, collecting data, analyzing the data and writing the results. Students are encouraged to submit your results for publication and subsequent peer review.

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