Course: FCS 605. Ethics and Social Justice in Human Nutrition (3)
Advanced discussion of the history and practice of research and professional ethics, with a focus on human nutrition. Application of theories in shaping ethical reasoning and exploration of social justice within the context of nutrigenomics and public health nutrition, genetically modified organisms, biodiversity and hunger, climate change and nutrition security, and sustainability and food security. Collectively these changes contribute to global environmental change and subsequently influence behavioral, social and cultural practices, including nutritional health at the individual, community and population level.