Nutrition and Dietetics - Dietetic Internship - Scheduling of Rotations

The dietetic interns are divided into eight tracks based on whether or not they are full-time or part-time, whether they have completed the required graduate coursework, whether they have previous clinical work experience, and what scheduling constraints practice facilities have.

  • Tracks A and B: For students who are full-time and have completed the required graduate course work before beginning the internship. Track A begins in the foodservice rotation and B begins in the clinical rotation. Both tracks complete 30 days of the community rotation in the spring.
  • Tracks C and D: For students who are accepted into the full-time program with verification but have not completed the required graduate coursework before beginning the internship. They take courses in the fall and complete 30 days of the community rotation. In early December they begin either the foodservice (C) or clinical (D) rotations.
  • Tracks E and F: For students who are part-time. They complete 30 days of the community rotation in the fall. In early December they begin either the foodservice (E) or clinical (F) rotations. The schedule is the same whenther they have completed the required graduate coursework or complete it during the internship.

All tracks complete eight days of a rotation of their choosing after completing the community, foodservice, and clinical rotations.


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