Certificate in Food Studies
The Certificate in Food Studies is designed for those who are interested in studying food issues at the local, regional, national and global scale.
For cultures world-wide, life rotates around food – it is the mortar that binds communities together. It connects us today to where we came from in the past. It is at both local and global, personal and universal.
Studying food is not just about nutrition, agriculture and gastronomy but about how it is produced, consumed and disposed of.
If you have questions about the ethics of eating or the impact of food on the environment or how certain foodways affect your current culinary traditions, this is the course for you.
Regulations for the Certificate in Food Studies
The Certificate in Food Studies consists of 21 credit hours as follows:
- Nine credit hours chosen from Anthropology 2415, Political Science 3260, Folklore 3830, and Geography 3907; and
- Twelve credit hours chosen from Sociology 2290, Anthropology 3411, Archaeology 3510, Folklore 2800, Biochemistry/HKR 2600, 2005 and Biology 2041.
Not all courses are offered every semester. Students are strongly advised to consult with the Program Coordinator for assistance with course planning.
Please see http://www.mun.ca/hss/about/contact/coordinators.php for current contact information.