Institutional Effectiveness Achievement Report Human Sciences: BS Nutrition and Food Science 2014­2015 Institutional Effectiveness Achievements Report Unit Head: Deborah Belcher Reports to: College of Behavioral & Health Sciences Mission: Use of Prior Results : Continue to maintain existing success. Student Learning Outcome: 1. Students will be able to apply knowledge of nutrition science, foodservice management, food science, community nutrition, research and education in Nutrition and Food Science to achieve the foundation knowledge and skills for entry­level practice as dietitians, nutritionists, or food specialists. Measure 1: NFS Graduating seniors will average 65% or higher on the Major Field Test in Nutrition and Food Science. Person(s) Responsible: NFS Program Coordinator J. Colson Completion Date: 07/31/2015 Analysis of Results for Measure 1. Supporting Document(s): (include strengths & weaknesses): Fall 2014: Four students completed the MFT with an average score of 69.75. Spring 2015: Forty­one students took the MTF with an average score of 71. Therefore, the scores on the MFT exceeded the goal. Future Actions :Describe Program Changes (adding a course, assignment, project, etc.): None...continue to maintain acheivement results. Future Actions :Describe Assessment Changes (measures such as rubrics, exams, diagnostic instruments, etc.): Future Actions :Describe any additional resources needed (Leave blank if no additional resources are needed.): Measure 2: Of program graduates who take the national Commission on Dietetic Registration for Dietitians, 80% will pass. Person(s) Responsible: Didactic Program in Dietetics Director L. Sheehan­ Smith Completion Date: 07/31/2015 Report Date: Wed Aug 12 2015 14:17:09 CDT Close Analysis of Results for Measure 2: (include strengths & weaknesses): Eight of nine students (89%) who took the national Dietetic Registration exam passed. Therefore, we exceeded the goal.