Culinary Sustainability - MINOR
For students and chefs who want to make a difference and be a part of the sustainability movement, the Culinary Sustainability minor is designed for them. In this area of study, students explore their local food web to meet food growers, producers and fishermen/women to learn about food system issues such as human effects on ecological systems, climate change, energy usage, animal welfare, growing conditions, the environment and society. In the kitchen, students consider solutions to these issues as they design, purchase and produce sustainably driven menus and artisan products at a high level. In the community, they learn about impacts on food policy while implementing strategic plans for organizations. Skills and concepts learned in this minor afford students the tools needed to become change agents in an industry in need of transformation.
|SFS3001||Sustainability in the Culinary Kitchen||3|
|SFS4001||Cultivating Local Food Systems||3|
|Choose three of the following: *||9|
|Ancient Grains & Hearth Breads|
|Farm to Table Desserts|
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.
If a minor course is listed as a major course in a student’s major program, the student must choose additional courses from an elective list to complete the minor. Please see the Minors, Specializations and Certificates page for additional information.