I am 22 years old, graduated from University of Toronto in BComm last summer in 2012. For a year now since I have graduated, I decided to spend another 3 years completing a Bachelor’s degree in nutrition in U of T. However, I found the courses quite difficult and managed to complete the basic nutrition and another nutrition course (nutrition & community). I know according to your guidelines, I would have to take the chemistry and biology courses. So I’m wondering would it be easier and smarter to take it at a university like Ryerson which is less harsh or even a college like Sheridan (less well-known but guarantee better marks). I have also found a list of accredited universities in Canada: http:///wiki/List_of_universities_with_accredited_dietetic_programs
This scares me since U of T isn’t on the list and render me thinking that the past year’s credits wouldn’t count towards becoming a RD. I’m full of confusion as to what I should do. It would be fantastic and a lot of help if you could give me some advice as to what my next steps should be through email!
Hello, I so much love this explanation about conceptual framework..Thanks for sharing. Alright here is my question. I’m writing on Effect Of External Debt on Economic Growth in my Country. Having gone through some journal I discovered that variables used in measuring External Debt are: inflation, external debt, Exchange rate and many more while variable used in measuring Economic growth is GDP. Can we then say my dependent variable is GDP or Economic growth and independent variable(s) is inflation, exchange rate or EXTERNAL DEBT itself? Pls what’s my conceptual framework? Thanks for your reply in advance.