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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

REGULATIONS FOR THE DIPLOMA IN INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY DIETETICS AND NUTRITION

In order to be admitted candidates must have successfully completed:

i.

A Bachelor’s Degree (no more than 5 years prior to application) with major credits in Clinical (Human) Nutrition, Foodservice Systems Management, and Community Nutrition, from a University or College acceptable to The University of the West Indies, St Augustine.

ii.

Applicants who do not qualify for entry as specified at 1(i) may be required to pursue supplementary Core and Professional courses at the University, to a minimum of eighteen (18) credits.

iii

. Selection from suitably qualified applicants will

be based on interviews.

A.

Qualifications For Admission

1.

iv. The Programme will consist of the following COURSES

SEMESTER I HUEC 500 (AH51A): Advanced Foodservice Systems Management (4) HUEC 501 (AH51P): Foodservice Systems Management Practicum (8)

SEMESTER II HUEC 502 (AH52B): Advanced Clinical Nutrition (4) HUEC 503 (AH52P): Clinical Nutrition Practicum (8)

SEMESTER IV HUEC 504 (AH53C): Advanced Community Nutrition (4) AH 53P: Community Nutrition Practicum (8)

    • *

      Numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of credits. One credit hour is one (1) lecture hour or three (3) practical hours per week in any one semester.

  • v.

    For the practical courses HUEC 501 (AH51P), HUEC 503 (AH52P), HUEC 505 (AH53P), in- course assignments will contribute 100% to the total marks for the course.

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