Queens College Dietetic Articulation - SUNY Suffolk

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The City University of New YorkArticulation Agreement Initiated by Queens CollegeSenior College:Department:Program:Degree:Queens College (QC)Family, Nutrition and Exercise SciencesNutrition and DieteticsBSCommunity College Articulation Partner: Suffolk County Community College (SCCC)Department:Culinary Arts/Hospitality/Dietetic Technician ProgramProgram:Dietetic TechnicianDegree:AASEffective Semester of Agreement:Spring 2019Admission Requirements for Senior College Prog·ramStudents who successfully complete the Dietetic Technician program at SCCC are assured of uninterruptedmatriculation to Queens College, leading to the BS in Nutrition and Dietetics.Students must ensure they have completed 120 credits recognized by Queens College including transferequivalencies, courses required to complete the major, and general education credits. A minimum of 45credits of the 120 credits must be completed at Queens College to be granted the baccalaureate degree.

Senior College: Queens CollegeDepartment: Family, Nutrition, and Exercise SciencesProgram (Major): Nutrition and DieteticsDegree: BSCommunity College: Suffolk County CommunityCollegeDepartment: Culinary Arts/Hospitality/Dietetic Technician ProgramProgram: Dietetic TechnicianDegree: AASTable 1: Transfer Equivalencies from Diet Technician Program to Queens College Nutrition andff1etehcs'CR.ts fort h eP rogramourseeqmremenSuffolk County Community CollegeQueens CollegeTransferCourse and TitleCr.Course and TitleCr.CreditsAwardedDTE 201 I FM 28 Introduction to 3FNES 101 Science of Foods33Food ServiceDTE 101 I FM 20 Introduction to 4FNES 26333Nutritionplus 1 electivecreditDTE 121/FM 24 Introduction to5FNES 499 elective credits55 electiveClinical NutritioncreditsDTE 213/FM 43 Food5FNES 27533Service Managementplus 2 electiveFieldwork ExperiencecreditsDTE 103/ FM 22 Nutrition3FNES 337 Nutrition Education33EducationDTE 205/ FM 40 Advanced7FNES 365 Nutrition Counseling and33Clinical NutritionAssessmentplus 4 electivecreditsDTE122/FM 26 Nutrition3FNES 368 Life Cycle and Community33through the Life CycleNutrition3FNES 378 Quantity Food Purchasing,DTE 211 / FM 42 Food Service33ManagementProduction and EquipmentCHE 100 (Chem 19) GeneralChemistryPSY 101 (PCl 1)Subtotal: Table 14Chem 101.3/ 101.1 Basic Chemistry44340Psych 101434340Table 2: Transfer Credit Equivalencies for Non-Dietetic CoursesSuffolk County Community CollegeQueens Colle2eCourseCr.CourseCr.ENG 101 Freshman CompositionPhysical EducationENG 102orENG ElectiveHumanities ElectivesMAT 103 Statistics I or323Eng 110 College WritingFNES 11-30 or FNES ElectiveENG 130 Writing About Literature in EnglishorHumanities ElectiveHumanities ElectivesMath 114 Elementary Probability and32333 or33TransferCreditsAwarded32333

MAT 11 I Algebra II4Statistics orMath 1 IO Into to College Mathematicsor4soc 101(SO I 1) Intro to SociologyBIO 105 Survey of the HumanBodySubtotal: Table 2Subtotal: Table 1 and 23Soc 101 General Intro to Sociology3or3 plus Ielective credit34Bio 11 General Biology4421-2261-6221-2221-2261-62Table 3: Additional courses that can be taken at Suffolk County Community College prior to attendingQueens College*Suffolk County Community CollegeQueens CollegeTransferCr.CourseCourseCr.CreditsAwardedBIO I 30 Anatomy & Physiology I 4Bio 40 Anatomy & Physiology I44BIO 132 Anatomy & Physiologyll4Bio 41 Anatomy & Physiology II444CHE 120 (Chem21) Intro toChem 102.3/102.1 Basic Organic44General, Organic andChemistryBiochemistryBIO 244 (BY 44) General4Bio 44 Food and Human Microbiology44Microbiology orororororCHE 200 (Chem 45) Principles of 4Chem 103.3/103.1 Basic Biochemistry44Organic & BiochemistryTable 3160-16NOTES:I. A cumulative GPA of 3 .0 from all prior colleges attended is required for admission into the QueensCollege Nutrition and Dietetics program. Students must first apply to Queens College, upon acceptancethen apply to the Nutrition and Dietetics program. The Nutrition and Dietetics application form can beobtained from our MNS/fnes/Programs/Pages/Dietetics.aspx2. A grade of B or better in DTE 20 I and grades of C or better in all other courses that apply for transfer tothe Queens College Nutrition and Dietetics curriculum is required for acceptance of the course transfer.This includes all courses in Table 1 and Table 3.ee e or BS"NTa bl e 4 : Remammg Queens C o IIege Courses Nddf.m utnt1on an dD'1eteticsCourses in the MajorTitleCreditsCourse#Social Cultural and Economic Aspects of FoodFNES 1043Family RelationsFNES 1473Meal Planning and Meal Management3FNES 203Research Methods in Nutrition3FNES 260Nutrition II3FNES 2644Experimental Food StudyFNES 307WMedical Nutrition Therapy3FNES 3662Seminar in Nutrition & Dietetics: Career AdvancementFNES 3004Statistical MethodsPsych 107 .3/107 .10 or 4**Anatomy & Physiology IBio 40**

Bio41**Anatomy & Physiology IIChem 102.3/102.1 **Basic Organic ChemistryChem 103.3/103.1 and/orBasic Biochemistry/Lab and/orBio 44**Food and Human MicrobiologyFNES ElectiveAs determined by program director.Subtotal: Table 4** 0 credits if transfer equivalent course has already been taken at SCCC0 or 4**0 or 4**0 or 4**338-51Table 5: General Education Requirements (Pathways)Critical Academic AbilitiesWriting Intensive Units3Foreign Language3-4Literature3Warid Cultures and Global Issues3U.S. Experiences in Diversity3Creative Expression3Subtotal: Table 518-19ITotal: Table 4 & 5I Credits Remaining to take at QC56-70****** Students must ensure they have completed 120 credits recognized by Queens Collegeincluding transfer equivalencies, courses required to complete the major, and generaleducation credits. A minimum of 45 credits of the 120 credits must be completed at QueensColle2e to be 2ranted the baccalaureate de2ree.SAMPLE sequence ore oursesYear 1 Suffolk County Community CollegeFALLSPRINGCourseCr.Course4BIO 105CHE 100COL 1011DTE 121DTE 1014DTE 122DTE 103English Elec3ENG 101Phys. Ed.Total Credits31-216-17Year 3 Queens CollegeFALLCr.CourseGen Ed9Chem 102.3/102.1 4Psych 107.3/ 107.1 4Total Credits17Cr.4533MAT 103orMAT 1113 -4Total Credits18-19SPRINGCourseGen EdChem 103.3/103.1Bio40FNES 260FNES 14734433Total Credits17Cr.Year 2 Suffolk CountyFALLCourseCr.DTE 2013DTE 2057PSY 1013Phys. Ed.1-2Total CreditsYear 4 QueensFALLCourseGen EdFNES 264Bio 41FNES 203FNES 300FNES ElectiveTotal Credits14Community Colle2eSPRINGCourseCr.DTE 2031DTE 2113DTE 2135Humanities3Electivesoc 1013Total Credits15SPRINGCourseCr.Gen EdFNES 366Bio44FNES 307WFNES 1043-43443Total Credits17-18Colle2eProcedures for Reviewing, Updating, Modifying or Terminating AgreementCr.33432318

This agreement is effective for three academic years from the date of implementation (Effective Date below).Unless it is renewed in the third year, the agreement will expire.When any of the programs within this agreement undergo any changes relevant to this agreement, theagreement will be reviewed and revised by both the sending and receiving program. Minimally the agreementwill be reviewed at least once a year with particular attention directed to any curricular changes at the sendingand/or receiving departments.Procedures for Evaluating AgreementUpon graduation from SCCC and admittance into QC Nutrition and Dietetics (N&D) program, each participantwill be advised by the Nutrition and Dietetics advisor who will provide continuing guidance until successfulcompletion of the BS. Advisors will compile performance data, as is available, on their advisees. Thisinformation will be collected and analyzed to assess the program's success and develop recommendations forchanges as needed.Procedures for Publicizing AgreementNotices of Articulation will be placed in respective catalogues, recruiting brochures, and websites.Respective Transfer and Academic Advisors will be informed about and provided copies of this agreement.The program will be described in the Suffolk County Community College catalog and SCCC faculty will advisestudents of the benefits of the articulation agreement including: A strong academic program initiated at SCCC and continued through this articulation agreement atQueens College and an advisement program which assigns students a specific counselor at SCCC andthen at QC to ensure that they progress successfully through, and in compliance with, the program./\n .Shaun L. McKavd.B J .,ProvostQueens Colleger·n PetrizzoPrnsia0nt General Counsel/Executive Vice PresidentSuffolk County Community College// , 7---- William McClure, Ph.D.Interim Associate ProvostQueens CollegeAshima Kant, Ph.D.ChairpersonFamily, Nutrition, and ExerciseScl);;:)t 4Patricia Miner, Ph.D., RDNDirectorNutrition and Dietetics ProgramQueens CollegePauieaudin, h.D.Vice PresidentAcademic AffairsSuffolk County C mmunity CollegeirectorDietetic Technician ProgramSuffolk County Community CollegeEffective Date-- ,It;-, -------'----t., /, / l ·v

A cumulative GPA of 3 .0 from all prior colleges attended is required for admission into the Queens College Nutrition and Dietetics program. Students must first apply to Queens College, upon acceptance then apply to the Nutrition and Dietetics program. The Nutrition and Dietetics application form can be

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