Program Goal One
1.1 80 % of the accepted interns will complete the internship and associated academic work within 60 weeks (15 months) which equates to 150% of the time for the dietetic internship, but not inclusive of a graduate degree completion.
1.2 90 % of the internship completers will take the registration examination within a year of program completion.
1.3 80% of the internship completers will take the registration examination within one year of program completion as evidenced by alumni survey results.
1.4 80% of internship completers will be employed in the nutrition/dietetics within 12 months of program completion
1.5 90 % of the internship completers will also complete a Master’s degree within 5 years of completion of the internship as evidenced by alumni survey responses.
1.6 80 % of the internship completers will be perceived as appropriately prepared for entry level practices within 1 year as evidenced by employer survey responses.
1.7 80% of internship completers over a five-year period will pass the CDR credentialing exam for dietitian nutritionists within one year following first attempt.
Program Goal Two
Prepare competent entry-level dietitians able to critique the scientific literature and apply evidence-based guidelines in the nutrition care process and other areas of dietetics practice.
2.1 80% of the interns will receive a 3.0 or above in the required Research Methods course demonstrating their ability to critique the scientific literature.
2.2 80 % of the internship completers will be perceived as being able to successfully apply evidence-based guidelines (from their critique of the scientific literature) in the nutrition care process and/or other areas of dietetics practice, as noted by a minimum score of 8 (10 point scale) from employer survey responses.Program Outcome Data are Available Upon Request
Program outcome data are available upon request from the program director.
Contact Information: LesLee Funderburk, Ph.D., RD, CSSD, CSCS at LesLee_Funderburk@baylor.edu Mary Gibbs Jones Building Room 108 (254) 710-7318