Courses

NUT 209. Seminars in Food Science, Technology, and Sustainability

The nutritional health of the public begins with food. There are two goals of this course: (1) To learn the basics of food science and technology, including food composition, chemistry, processing, and engineering; and (2) to understand how the broader food environment, including agricultural practices, food policy, and food trade, affects food availability and consumption. Through lectures, discussions, and group projects, students will be challenged to think critically about how the food supply impacts public health.

Notes: Course offered in odd years.

Professor: 

Professor: 

Guy Crosby

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

F

Time: 

3:45-5:35

Course ID: 

190919
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