The Food Studies minor examines the causes and effects of food production systems and patterns of food consumption by incorporating perspectives from a variety of humanities and social science disciplines. Food systems are inherently value-driven and frequently reflect socio-economic inequities that are of concern to the Sisters of Mercy.
Students completing a minor in Food Studies complete a minimum of 18 credits.
|or ENV-397||Environmental Studies Internship|
|Select three elective courses from the following:||9|
|Food and Literature|
|Introduction to Global Studies|
Courses at the level of 200 and above 1
Such as ENV-334 Environmental Justice, chosen in consultation with the chairperson of the Department of Cultural, Environmental, and Global Studies.