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Community Food Security

(3 3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Even-Numbered Years Only

A critical exploration of food systems and health disparities from local, regional, and international perspectives.  A special emphasis on determinants of health for underserved populations as well as nutrition services provided to the public through various agencies and organizations.  Concepts on community food security, food sovereignty, food justice, and agricultural sustainability are presented and discussed, as well as frameworks and community-based strategies to improve food security and address health outcomes.  Prerequisite: FN 227, FN 251. 

Contact Information
141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593