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Dietary Manager

Quick Facts

  • Certificate: Level 1, 20 semester credit hours
  • Job opportunities: Careers
  • Full program is offered at: Southeast Campus

Certificate

Special Admission

Program Details

Roles of Dietary Managers

Dietary Managers manage foodservice operations, plan food programs and ensure food safety. They also often handle business-related tasks, such as budgeting, buying food and managing teams.

Become a Certified Dietary Manager (CDM)

Visit the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers (CBDM) to find out how to get certified.

The Nutrition & Foodservice Education Foundation offers grants and scholarships to support nutrition and foodservice professionals. Learn more: Grants & Scholarships.

Accreditation

Our program is approved by the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals.

 

Contact

Southeast Campus

Christina Liew-Newville, M.S., R.D., L.D., Dietetics Program Coordinator & Dietetic Technician Program Director
christina.liew-newville@tccd.edu

Margaret Hearn, R.D., L.D., Dietary Manager Program Coordinator
margaret.hearn@tccd.edu

Lynda Arnold, M.S., Academic Advisor
se.technicalprograms@tccd.edu

817-515-3051

Updated August 09, 2019