Course: FCS 601. Food and Nutrition Policies and Regulations (3)
Prerequisite: Available for graduate students in Human Nutrition only or by instructor consent. Seminar on food and nutrition policy and programs domestically and globally. In-depth analyses of professional practice-, community- and population-based approaches to prevent or reduce problems of chronic disease as they relate to food and nutrition. The seminar will familiarize and engage students in the steps and dynamics of policy making processes that address nutrition problems, issues and the regulations that result. Students will compare and contrast food and nutrition policies and programs domestically and internationally and develop a community of learning through their explorations of this topic.