Food Service/Dietary Management

Certificate

You can earn a food service/dietary management certificate. Note that not all courses for each program can be offered every semester.

You will need to successfully complete a minimum of 17 Credit Hours.


Required Core Courses

Core 17 Credit Hours

Course NumberCourse NameCredit Hours
FSDT 1210 Supervision of Food Professionals
Includes techniques in supervision, and human relations and communication in food service management.
3
FSDT 1221 Introduction to Food Service Nutrition
Includes principles of basic nutrition and healthy menu planning to meet nutrient needs for individuals through each stage of the life cycle and those with special health care needs.
1
FSDT 1223 Food Service for Medical Nutrition Therapy
Includes principles of nutrition screening, assessment, care planning, nutrition education, regulations, and therapeutic menu planning for the Dietary Manager.
1.5
FSDT 1225 Field Experience-Nutrition and Diet Therapy
Clinical application experience for FSDT 1220. Includes basic nutrition, principles of diet therapy and nutritional assessment, and menu planning for the Dietary Manager. Program director approval required.
1.5
FSDT 1231 Sanitation and Food Safety
Includes sanitation and safety.
2
FSDT 1250 Managing Food Service Operations
Includes purchasing, equipment selection, costing and records.
2.5
FSDT 1255 Field Experience-Management of Food Service Operations, Sanitation and Food Safety
Application field experience for FSDT 1230 and FSDT 1250. Includes sanitation and food safety practices; quantity food purchasing, equipment selection, costing and records. Program director approval required.
1.5
FSDT 1260 Field Experience-Supervision for Food Service Professionals
Application field experience for FSDT 1210. Includes techniques in supervision, and human relations and communication in food service management. Program director approval required.
1
OFFT 1500 Microsoft Office
This course will give the student practical experience in operating the word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics portions of the Microsoft Office suite.
3

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