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Program Completion Requirements & Completion Rate

Program Completion Requirements

Verification statements of completion are issued to interns after having successfully completed the requirements of the Internship. In order to receive a written Verification Statement from the Dietetic Internship Director indicating the intern has completed all requirements of the internship, the intern must:
  • Meet a minimum of “satisfactory” for each rotation. As rotations progress expectations rise. It is expected that the intern will be competent in most areas as he/she progresses through supervised practice. Competent is defined as: demonstrates sound knowledge and effective use of entry level skills; seeks assistance after investigating potential solutions. Formal documented evaluations of performance will be reviewed with interns at the completion of each rotations. If an interns is rated unsatisfactory, the interns must complete additional time in the rotation to become satisfactory. If it is determined that the intern will not become satisfactory in the area, the intern will be dismissed from the program.
  • Successful completion of the graduate courses required at UConn with a grade of “C” or better. Note that most graduate programs will only accept graduate credits with a grade of B or higher.
  • Complete all assigned projects and or field trips satisfactorily
  • Program completion must be within 125% of the time (within 1 year of program commencement)
No degree is granted.

Completion Rate

The following table indicates the percentage of students that started the program completed the program by graduation year:
2014 2015 2016 2017
100% 100% 100% 100%
 

 

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