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About Dietary Manager

Barton offers many different options for students who are interested in diet and nutrition.

Certified Dietary Manager

Dietary Managers (CDM, CFPP) specialize in providing optimum nutrition care through foodservice management in hospitals, long-term care, schools, correctional facilities and other non-commercial foodservice settings. Learn more about the Dietary Manager Certificate .

CDM, CFPP and Degree

This is an option for those interested in becoming a CDM, CFPP first and then wanting an associate’s degree. In this option you may transfer to a bachelor’s program, including a dietetics program to potentially become a Registered Dietitian. Learn more about the Dietary Management emphasis .

Registered Dietitian 

Registered Dietitians (RD) are professionals who translate the science of food and nutrition to enhance the well-being of individuals and groups. Learn more about the Pre-Dietetics emphasis . 

Nutrition and Health 

 This emphasis can lead to opportunities in public health and wellness, such as working with health departments, leading community wellness program, and conducting research on health issues. Learn more about the Nutrition and Health emphasis .

ANFP Logo - Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals**New CMS Requirement**  The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its final regulations for long-term care facilities and the CDM, CFPP is listed first amongst qualifications for the newly designated Director of Food and Nutrition Services. Read the full article on the  ANFP website . 

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Dietary Manager Certificate Program 

  • Approved training program through the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals (ANFP) 
  • 16 credit hour online program to help prepare you for certification as a dietary manager
  • Can be completed in as little as one semester but recommendation is 2-3 semesters
  • Courses in sanitation, foodservice management, nutrition, and human resource management. (ALL online)
  • Program offers 120 hours of classroom studies and 180 hours of field experience.
  • Students must be authorized by a healthcare facility and Registered Dietitian to complete the field experience. Field experience materials are offered online, but actual field experience hours must be completed in a local healthcare facility.
  • Students are eligible for the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals (ANFP) student membership.
  • Students must submit a high school transcript or GED diploma to complete the certificate; documentation is required at the time of application.
  • Students completing the certificate are eligible to take the CDM, CFPP national certification exam and become an active member of ANFP.
  • If you are looking to qualify through ANFP Pathways II or V our classes meet the nutrition and foodservice management course requirement.

Please review the  FAQ  and Program Handbook for more information.

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Associate in Science with an Emphasis in Dietary Management

  • Coursework in general education and life sciences to meet associate degree requirement and provide a foundation for the bachelor degree.
  • This emphasis includes dietary manager courses so you can obtain your CDM, CFPP credential first and then transfer to a Bachelor’s program, including a dietetics program to become a Registered Dietitian.
  • Partnership with Kansas State University:
    • The Associate in Science degree from Barton fulfills the first two year requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics offered by Kansas State University.         
    • Seamless articulation agreement to ensure that students are taking the correct courses for transfer.
    • All courses offered online
    • Academic advising for students at both Barton and K-State.
    • View 2+2 Curriculum below

See below for more information on getting started !

Associate in Science with an Emphasis in Pre-Dietetics

  • Coursework in general education and life sciences to meet associate degree requirement and provide a foundation for the bachelor degree.
  • Program set up for transfer to a Bachelor of Science program in Dietetics
  • Partnership with Kansas State University:
    • The Associate in Science degree from Barton fulfills the first two year requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics offered by Kansas State University.         
    • Seamless articulation agreement to ensure that students are taking the correct courses for transfer.
    • All courses offered online
    • Academic advising for students at both Barton and K-State
    • View 2+2 Curriculum below
 

See below for more information on getting started !

Associate in Science with an Emphasis in Nutrition and Health

  • Coursework in general education and life sciences to meet associate degree requirement and provide a foundation for the bachelor degree.
  • Partnership with Kansas State University:
    • The Associate in Science degree from Barton fulfills the first two year requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Health offered by Kansas State University.   
      • Note: this bachelor degree does not meet the academic requirements needed to become a Registered Dietitian.
    • Seamless articulation agreement to ensure that students are taking the correct courses for transfer.
    • All courses offered online
    • Academic advising for students at both Barton and K-State.
    • View 2+2 Curriculum below

See below for more information on getting started !

Barton – Kansas State University (K-State) Partnership

The dietetics program at Kansas State University (K-State) is recognized nationally and internationally for the quality of its graduates. By utilizing multimedia delivery systems, K-State offers professional courses for the dietetics degree program via distance education. Articulation agreements have been formed between Barton and K-State guaranteeing a student’s seamless transition from each academic program and between the institutions. Each segment of the program is designed to build upon the other.

Before applying to the K-State Dietetics program, out of state students should read the disclosure requirements related to authorization to offer distance education courses and programs within your state of residence, as each state is unique. Visit  K-State Dietetics  for more information.

The didactic program in dietetics (DPD) meets the academic requirements set forth by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Upon completion of the didactic program, students must apply and be accepted into an accredited dietetic internship to qualify to take the national examination to become a Registered Dietitian.

Admission into the Kansas State University didactic program requires a B or better grade in all science classes and a lifetime GPA of 3.0 or better.

For more information on any Barton/K-State 2+2 programs, contact Jennifer Pfortmiller at (620) 786-1188 or [email protected] .

Curriculum Guides

Dietary Manager Certificate  
Associate in Science Degree – Emphasis in Dietary Management  
Associate in Science Degree – Pre-dietetics  
Associate in Science Degree – Nutrition and Health  

K-State Partnership Curriculum Guides (2+2)

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics – Dietary Management  
Bachelor of Science in Dietetics – Pre-dietetics  
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Health  

Getting Started

How to Get Started:

  1. Submit your  Admissions Application  and indicate your program of interest
  2. If applicable, apply for Financial Aid at  www.fafsa.ed.gov . If you have questions contact  [email protected] .
  3. Send an official copy of high school/GED diploma and previous college transcripts to Barton
  4. Enroll at  www.BARTonline.org .

Why Barton?

  • Flexibility
    • Lecture courses available 100% online and offered at any time – day or night.
    • Dietary manager field experience courses may be completed at current work facility.
    • Financial aid available for all programs for eligible students.
  • Convenient
    • Online, no driving or set course times.
    • Achieve educational goals while still working in the field.
    • Enroll for all courses at  www.BARTonline.org .
  • Support
    •  Academic advising and an online orientation.
  • Opportunity
    • Smooth transition from certificate to degrees.
    • Existing relationship with Kansas State University for over ten years

Occupational Outlook

  • Foodservice manager jobs are expected to grow 2% through 2022. Job opportunities will increase due to growth as well as the need to replace managers as they leave the occupation.
  • Median annual earnings of salaried Certified Dietary Managers were $42,761 in 2015.
  • Employment of dietitians is expected to increase 21% through 2022 with job growth resulting from an increasing emphasis on disease prevention through improved dietary habits.
  • Median annual earnings for dietitians were $55,240 in May 2012.

Source: 2015 ANFP salary and benefit survey and 2010-2011 Occupational Outlook Handbook

Contact Us

Emily Cowles, MS, RD, LD
Instructor/Coordinator for Dietary Manager Program
(620) 786-7562
[email protected]

 

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Preppin’ For Your CDM/CFPP Credential With University of Florida

University of Florida offers multiple pathways to prepare you to sit for the Certified Dietary Manager, Certified Food Protection Professional (CDM®|CFPP®) Credentialing Exam.

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There are multiple pathways designed for individuals to become eligible to sit for the CBDM® exam. Your academic and work history will determine which course/courses you will need to take in order to sit for the credentialing exam.

The most popular option is Pathway I, which requires you to take the Nutrition & Food Protection Professional Training  course.

Students selecting to take advantage of pathways II, III, or V must have at least 2 foodservice management courses and 1 nutrition course before becoming eligible to sit for the exam. If you are missing any of these 3 courses on your higher education transcript you can supplement the required course work with one, two, or all three of our online courses listed in our course listing below.

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If you are not sure which option is right for you take our short survey.  

Based on your survey answers you may have the work experience and/or educational background to sit for the CDM/CFPP credentialing exam. Please contact the  Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals  to confirm your eligibility.

PATHWAYS TO ELIGIBILITY

Pathway I: Nutrition & Foodservice Professional Training
This is the most popular course. This comprehensive course is designed to prepare candidates who do not have a 2- or 4-year higher education degree. Approved by ANFP, this training program offers 120 hours of online didactic content and 150 hours of field experience. After successfully completing our program you simply submit a copy of your UF certificate of completion to be eligible to sit for the CBDM® exam.

Associated Courses
  • Nutrition & Foodservice Professional Training

Pathway II:
This pathway is designed for candidates who hold a 2- or 4-year college degree in foodservice management or nutrition, 2-year culinary arts degree, or 2-year hotel-restaurant management degree.

Associated Courses
  • Sanitation, Safety, & Business Operations in Foodservice Management
  • Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Overview, Personnel, & Communications in Foodservice Management ,
  • Need all three?  Consider our 3 Course Pathway Bundle

Pathway III:
Designed for individuals who have graduated from a state-approved or other approved 90-hour foodservice course and who have 2 years of institutional foodservice management experience.

Associated Courses
  • Sanitation, Safety, & Business Operations in Foodservice Management
  • Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Overview, Personnel, & Communications in Foodservice Management
  • Need all three?  Consider our 3 Course Pathway Bundle

Pathway V:
For candidates who hold an alternate 2-year, 4-year, or higher college degree. Students selecting this pathway must have at least 5 years of institutional foodservice management experience. 

Associated Courses
  • Sanitation, Safety, & Business Operations in Foodservice Management
  • Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Overview, Personnel, & Communications in Foodservice Management
  • Need all three?  Consider our 3 Course Pathway Bundle

 


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