SUNY Morrisville (Dietetics)

Articulation Agreement for transition from SUNY Morrisville A.A.S. Dietetic Technician to SUNY Oneonta B.S. Dietetics

This articulation agreement is intended to facilitate the transition of graduates from an associate degree program at SUNY Morrisville (Morrisville) to a baccalaureate degree program at SUNY Oneonta (Oneonta).

First Year

Morrisville Course

Morrisville S.H. Oneonta Equivalency Oneonta S.H.

FSAD 101 Quantity Foods Prep

3sh

FOOD 130 Introductory Foods

3sh

FSAD 102 Cert of Applied Food Serv

3sh

FOOD 10E Foods 100-level elective

3sh

NUTR 115 Health Field

2sh

NUTR 100 Intro to Dietetics

1sh

NUTR 110 Nutrition I

3sh

NUTR 140 Nutrition

3sh

BIOL 150 Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

4sh

Equivalency will vary for each class*

4sh

*Math as advised

3-4sh

Equivalency will vary for each class

3-4sh

GNED 100 as advised Gen Ed Elective

NUTR 160 Diet Therapy

3sh

NUTR 20E Nutrition 200 -level elective

3sh

NUTR 170 Supervised Field Experience I

3sh

NUTR 240 Assessment & Counseling

3sh

BIOL 151 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab 4sh BIOL 206 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab 4sh

NUTR 219 Orient to Summer Field Exper

1sh

NUTR 10E Nutrition 100-level elective

1sh

PSYC 101 Intro to Psych

3sh

PSYC 100 Intro to Psychology

3sh

BSAD 116 Business Organization & Management 3sh MGMT 10E Mgmt 100 -level elective 3sh

*Math as advised

MATH 10E Math Elective

Second Year

Morrisville Course

Morrisville S.H. Oneonta Equivalency Oneonta S.H.

NUTR 210 Lifecycle Nutrition

3sh

NUTR 247 Nutrition Across Life Span

3sh

NUTR 220 Summer Supervised Field Experience

3sh

NUTR 20E Nutrition 200 -level elective

3sh

NUTR 225 Edu Meth-Food & Hlt Care

3sh

NUTR 243 Food & Nutrition Education

3sh

NUTR 230 Supervised Field Experience II

3sh

NUTR 20E Nutrition 200-level elective

3sh

FSAD 255 Food Purch & Cost Control

4sh

FOOD 233 Quantity Food Purchasing

3sh

COMP 101 Composition & Research

3sh

COMP 100 Composition

3sh

NUTR 260 Meal Management

3sh

NUTR 20E Nutrition 200 -level elective

3sh

NUTR 270 Supervised Field Exper Ill

3sh

NUTR 330 Community Nutrition

3sh

FSAD 257 Senior Seminar

1sh

FOOD 20E Foods 200 -level elective

1sh

SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology

3sh

SOCL 100 Introduction to Sociology

3sh

COMP 102 Writing about Literature

3sh

LITR 100 Introduction to Literature

3sh

MATH 123 or MATH 141 *Elementary Statistics or Statistics

3sh

STAT 101 Introduction to Statistics

3sh

Total Credits

SUNY Morrisville - 75 s.h.

Total Credits Transferred to SUNY Oneonta - 64 s.h.

  • 64 of 127 = 63 Total
  • 29 of 60 required = 31 LA
  • 21 of 45 = 24 UPPR

Remaining Credits Needed for BS

63 s.h. (31 LA, 24 UPPR)

Math Requirement *

Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 (Intermediate Algebra) and completion of MATH 123 or MATH 141 is required for graduation.

Notes

  • This is a recommended sequence. Each student should consult with his/her academic advisor prior to registering.
  • Developmental courses (as recommended based on testing) may also be required.

(63 s.h. with a minimum of 31 LA and 24 UPPR)

As of April 2017, SUNY Oneonta’s general degree requirements are as follows:

  • Earn at least 45 semester hours and at least one-half of the major in residence (SUNY Oneonta credit).
  • Earn at least 60 semester hours of non-major coursework.
  • Maintain at least a 2.00 GPA in the major and overall.
  • Complete SUNY General Education (7 of 10 core areas with at least 30 s.h. total).
Semester 1 - Fall
Course Credits
FAMS 160- Family in Perspective 3
CONS 150- Consumer Resource Mgt 3
FOOD 235- Design, Layout, and Operations 3
CHEM 111- Inorganic Chemistry 4
Select General Education Elective 3
SEMESTER TOTAL: 16
Semester 2 - Spring
Course Credits
NUTR 141- Nutrition II 3
FOOD 331- Food Service Systems Mgt 3
CHEM 226- Organic Chemistry 4
BIOL 180- Biology I 4
Select General Education Elective 3
SEMESTER TOTAL: 17
Semester 3 - Fall
Course Credits
NUTR 245- Medical Nutrition Therapy I 3
NUTR 340- Advanced Nutrition I 3
CHEM 330- Introductory Biochemistry 4
HUEC 200- Programs/Issues Human Ecology 1
NUTR 300- Dietetics Profession Seminar 1
NUTR 330- Community Nutrition 3
SEMESTER TOTAL: 15
Semester 4 - Spring
Course Credits
NUTR 341- Medical Nutrition Therapy 3
NUTR 342- Advanced Nutrition II 3
HUEC 211- Service Industry Supervision 3
BIOL 203- Elementary Microbiology 3
FOOD 230- Food Science 3
SEMESTER TOTAL: 15

4 SEMESTER TOTAL = 63 s.h.

Note: bolded courses with asterisk* satisfied while at two-year college:

  • HUEC 200 - Orientation to Human Ecology 1 s.h.
  • CONS 150 - Consumer Resource Management 3 s.h.
  • FAMS 160 - Family Perspectives 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 140 - Nutrition I 3 s.h.*
  • NUTR 100 - Introduction to Dietetics 1 s.h.*
  • NUTR 141 - Nutrition II 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 240 - Nutritional Assessment 3 s.h.*
  • NUTR 243 - Nutrition Education and Counseling 3 s.h.*
  • NUTR 245 - Medical Nutrition Therapy 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 247 - Nutrition Across the Lifespan 3 s.h.*
  • NUTR 300 - Dietetics Profession Seminar 1 s.h.
  • NUTR 330 - Community Nutrition 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 340 - Advanced Nutrition I 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 341 - Medical Nutritional Therapy II 3 s.h.
  • NUTR 342 - Advanced Nutrition II 3 s.h.
  • FOOD 130 - Introductory Foods 3 s.h.*
  • FOOD 230 - Food Science 3 s.h.
  • FOOD 232 - Cost Control and Service Management 3 s.h.*
  • FOOD 235 - Design, Layout and Operations 3 s.h.
  • FOOD 331 - Food Service Systems Management 3 s.h.
  • HUEC 211 - Service Industry Supervision 3 s.h.

Courses in Related Areas: 36 s.h.

  • COMP 100 - Composition 3 s.h.*
  • STAT 101 - Introduction to Statistics 3 s.h.*
  • PSYC 100 - Introductory Psychology 3 s.h. OR SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology 3 s.h.*
  • CHEM 111 - General Chemistry I 4 s.h.
  • CHEM 226 - Elementary Organic Chemistry 4 s.h.
  • CHEM 330 - General Biochemistry 4 s.h.
  • BIOL 180 - Biology I: Cells to Organisms 4 s.h.
  • BIOL 203 - Elementary Microbiology 3 s.h.
  • BIOL 205 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 s.h.*
  • BIOL 206 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 s.h.*

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