HNSC 4362 Nutrition Option Practicum
This 6 credit course provides the student with the opportunity to work under the supervision of a supervisor in a professional workplace environment. Placements involve working on a project in a community based nutrition program, government or health care facility where concepts learned in the classroom can be applied to practical problems and projects. Students are required to spend a minimum of 100 hours in their placement, generally averaging 4 hours per week over the regular session academic year.
Practicum sites and projects vary from year to year.
Some of the agencies we have partnered with and/or continue to partner with include:
Examples of projects completed by practicum students:
(Applications can be emailed directly to Carla.firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off in the Food & Human Nutritional Sciences Administrative Office in Room 209 Human Ecology Building).
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