Dimensions of Food

Course: HOS2015

This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):

Food is a basic need all humans share. It is highly influenced by social policy and economics. Students explore the social and political issues related to food from traditional farming techniques to commercial food production, as well as sustainability and organically grown food. In addition, students consider various international and environmental issues concerning food policy, as well as social policy changes that affect the food industry. Students reflect on their own perceptions of food, as well as examine other real-world contexts and cases.

All sections for this course are in progress.