Food Systems B.S.
The food systems curriculum provides students with a broad foundational knowledge about the food system that includes environmental, social, and economic sustainability of food production. This knowledge is presented within the context of a changing climate, agricultural systems, food, health, and nutrition, food security, policy development at federal, state, and local levels, and an understanding of the complex dynamics of a global food system. In addition, students declare a concentration with a focus on natural or social science. Students also complete six credits of internship or research, providing an opportunity to apply what they learn, as well as prepare for a career in food systems.
|CDAE 002||D2:SU:World Food,Pop & Develop||3|
|CDAE 004||D1:US Food, Social Equity &Dev||3|
|NFS 043||Fundamentals of Nutrition||3|
|NFS 073||D2:SU:Farm to Table: Food Sys||3|
|PBIO 004||SU: Intro to Botany||3-4|
|or PBIO 006||SU: The Green World|
|PSS 021||SU: Intro to Ecological Agr||3|
|FS 093||Food Systems Seminar I||2|
|FS 193||Food Systems Seminar II||2|
|FS 101/NFS 113||Food Policy and Politics||3|
|FS 102||Comparative Food Systems||3|
|FS 103/NFS 114||Human Health in the Food Syst||3|
|CDAE 296||Internship (Field Experience/Research)||6|
|Food Systems Concentration Requirement (Choose one)||15-18|
A concentration in natural sciences may include Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Microbiology, Molecular Genetics, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Plant Biology, Ecological Agriculture, Soil Science, Sustainable Landscape Horticulture
A concentration in social sciences may include Community Entrepreneurship, Community and International Development, Public Communication, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Sustainable Landscape Horticulture
|Additional pre-requisites as needed (depending on concentration)|
Any 100-level or higher course can only count ONCE toward the FS major OR the FS Concentration (minor) OR another minor declared within CALS.