ENV 315: Sustainable Food Systems

Credits 4
Integrative Experience Course
Integrative Experience

We eat food every day, but our choices have implications. A food system is the function of several forces and factors like history, laws, policy and economy. Not only does our personal wellbeing depend on food, but public health, poverty and community resilience are all related to food. This course will focus on the production, distribution and consumption of food - in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially sustainable. This course will take an interdisciplinary approach to the topic and will look at food systems from multiple perspectives.

  • Completion of three Liberal Education Core Areas.
Semester Offered
Offered fall