DND CP Program outcome data are available upon request.
Mission, Goals, and Objectives
The overarching mission of the DND is to provide advanced education and supervised practice opportunities for future leaders in the application and advancement of nutrition and dietetics for the state of Indiana and beyond. The mission of the Doctorate in Nutrition & Dietetics entry-level coordinated dietetic education program is the preparation of entry-level registered dietitian nutritionists to meet the health care needs of the citizens of Indiana and to provide future leaders in nutrition and healthcare.
- Objective 1: 100% of CP graduates take the CDR credentialing exam for dietitian nutritionists within 12 months of program completion.
- Objective 2: The program’s one-year pass rate (CP graduates who pass the registration exam within one year of first attempt) on the CDR credentialing exam for dietitian nutritionists is at least 80%.
- Objective 3: Eighty percent or more of the CP graduates, who respond to the 1-year post-graduation survey, will report satisfaction with preparation provided by the DND for their first professional position.
- Objective 4: At least 80% of program CP students complete program/degree requirements within 4.5 years (150% of the program length).
- Objective 5: Of CP graduates who seek employment, 100% percent are employed in nutrition and dietetics or related fields within 12 months of graduation.
- Objective 6: Ninety percent or more of the employers of CP graduates, who respond to the 1-year post-graduation survey, will report themselves satisfied with the preparation of the entry level dietitian.
Objective 1: Fifty percent of the CP graduates will find employment in the State of Indiana within the first year following graduation.