8.8 Certificate in Food Studies
The Certificate in Food Studies is administered by the Department of Anthropology.
The Certificate in Food studies involves the interdisciplinary study of food issues at local, regional, national and global scales. The objective of the program is to provide foundational knowledge about the various dimensions of food systems and about the barriers to local and global food security.
Students intending to complete a certificate program within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences must meet the Admission requirements as outlined in the University Calendar. Students are also advised to consult the University Calendar regarding General Regulations for Certificate Programs and Graduation Requirements.
Throughout their program of study, students are encouraged to contact an academic advisor or the Program Director of the Certificate in Food Studies for assistance with course planning, declaring their program of study, registration Issues, and with questions about the eligibility of any courses not listed here.
A tentative list of upcoming course offerings in the program can be found at www.mun.ca/hss/courses.php.
Students interested in a Certificate in Food Studies are first encouraged to consult with the Program Director to discuss the requirements of the program. After consultation with the Program Director, students wishing to enroll in the Certificate can declare a Certificate in Food Studies by contacting the Office of the Registrar. Information about declaring a program of study in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is available at www.mun.ca/hss/programs/undergraduate/ideclare.php.
The Certificate in Food Studies consists of 21 credit hours as prescribed below:
12 additional credit hours chosen from Approved Courses for the Certificate in Food Studies.
A minimum of 12 credit hours in the Certificate in Food Studies must be comprised of courses listed in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Course Descriptions.
Eligible 4000-level credit hours may be substituted following the process outlined in General Regulations for Certificate Programs.
Not all courses are offered every semester. Students are strongly advised to consult with the Program Director for assistance with course planning.
|Core Courses||Other Humanities and Social Sciences Courses||Other Approved Courses|
Human Biosciences 2002
Human Kinetics and Recreation 2600