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Coordinated Program in Dietetics Application


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First Name:   Last Name:   Middle Initial:
EMPLID:

Present address

Street:
City: State:   Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Permanent address the same as the present address? Yes

Permanent Address

Street:
City: State: Zip Code:
Phone Number:
UND E-Mail Address:
Secondary E-Mail Address:
Are you the first generation of your family to attend college? Yes   No

REFERENCES

Please provide the names and contact information for two individuals completing recommendation forms for you. Request at least one reference from an employer. If you have never worked at paid employment, select an advisor from any substantialvolunteer or service learning experience where you have participated. An academic reference at the university level is also suggested, although faculty members in the UND Department of Nutrition and Dietetics are unable to provide a reference for you. Do not use relatives or personal friends as references.

Reference #1

Name:   Title:
E-Mail Address: Phone Number:
Reference Type: Work-related Academic

Reference #2

Name:   Title:
E-Mail Address: Phone Number:
Reference Type: Work-related Academic


ABILITY TO FULLY PARTICIPATE IN THE COORDINATED PROGRAM

*Do you have a valid driver's license? Yes   No

*If accepted into the program, will you be able to provide your own transportation to supervised practice sites? Yes   No
Briefly explain, if necessary:


*If accepted into the program, will you be able to work a variety of shifts to include early mornings, evenings, and weekends
if necessary? Yes   No
Briefly explain, if necessary:


*If accepted into the program, will there be anything preventing you from working with food or other products to assure acceptability? This includes participation in mealtime, tasting, handling and serving a variety of food items or supplements.
Yes   No
Briefly explain, if necessary:


*If accepted into the program, do you agree to drug testing, if requested? Yes   No

*If accepted into the program, are you willing to complete a criminal background check? Yes   No

*Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Yes   No
If yes, please explain:


*Do you understand that, due to the time restraints that the result from the nature of a coordinated program, there is limited time to hold outside employment while classes are in session? Yes   No
Comment briefly if necessary:


*Do you understand that, due to the rural setting of the UND Coordinated Program in Dietetics, you will be expected to travel distances requiring overnight stays to some supervised practice sites, particularly after the first year in the program? Yes   No
Comment briefly if necessary:


DOCUMENTATION OF PRE-REQUISITE COURSEWORK

1. Please complete the following in order to clarify your status regarding prerequisites for the coordination program. Note: all professional courses must be completed before beginning the professional phase of the program. You must earn a minimun grade of C (2.0 on 4.0 grade point scale) on all science and nutrition courses. Acceptance into the program will be contingent on successful completion of all prerequisite courses.

2. If you have taken a course at another institution and it has been officially substituted for the listed UND course, enter the course name, number, and place where that course was taken in the Equivalent Course column in place of the UND course.

3. For repeated course, enter the highest grade earned.

4. To calculate grade points, multiply the number of credits x the grade points earned, where A = 4 points; B = 3 points; C = 2 points; D = 1 point, I = Incomplete, S = Satisfactory, U = Unsatisfactory.

5. Do not list additional courses.

6. If you are currently taking a course, list your grade as I for Incomplete.

Equivalent Course Course Title Course # Term & Year Credits Grade Earned Grade Point
Example: Fundamentals of Nutrition Nutr 240 Fall '13 3 B 9
College Composition I Engl 110
Introduction to Psychology Psyc 111
General Chemistry I Chem 121
General Chemistry I Lab Chem 121L
College Algebra Math 103
Composition II Engl 130
Fundamentals of Public Speaking Comm 110
General Chemistry II Chem 122
General Chemistry II Lab Chem 122L
Anatomy for Paramedical Personnel Anat 204
Anatomy Lab Anat 204L
Human Physiology PPT 301
Survey of Organic Chemistry Chem 340
Survey of Organic Chemistry Lab Chem 340L
Introduction to Nutrition & Dietetics N&D 100
Fundamentals of Nutrition Nutr 240
Nutrition Through the Life Cycle N&D 245
World Food Patterns N&D 335
FoodService Safety and Sanitation N&D 220
Principles of Foods and Food Science N&D 260
      TOTAL:    

SECTION IV. PORTFOLIO WITH RESUME AND PERSONAL LETTER

Submit to N&D Office by February 15th.

Submit a portfolio with résumé and personal letter that provides an overview of your personal, academic, and professional experiences to date. Please feel free to use your creativity and originality in developing your portfolio. Include a current résumé that includes your employment record and lists extracurricular activities, college honors/awards/scholarships, and any other special highlights. If you have had limited work experience, this can be addressed in your letter, where you can comment on other experiences that have contributed to your ability to work with people. The portfolio should also include your service learning log and reflection statements. Include a personal letter addressed to the Program Director. Briefly state your professional goals and describe personal qualities you possess that will help you attain these goals. You may include any additional information you wish the selection committee to consider. A typed letter is required. It is expected to be in appropriate letter format.

Many traits are necessary for success in the Coordinated Program in Dietetics. In your letter, assess yourself regarding time management skills, setting priorities, and your ability to work with others. Include specific examples of instances where you have demonstrated these qualities.


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The UND Nutrition & Dietetics Department is authorized to disclose in good faith any information I have provided or that has been provided on my behalf regarding my qualifications and fitness for the Coordinated Program in Dietetics. By asking the Department to submit this information I am releasing it and its employees from any liability arising from the exchange of this information and any other reasonable and necessary information incidental to the application process. This release also applies to any information provided by persons whose names I have submitted to provide references on my behalf.

Last Modified 10/15/14