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|NREM 110 - Food, Agriculture, and Society|
In this course, students examine a range of choices, values, and uses associated with global and local food systems from social, economic, environmental, health, political and other perspectives. Students gain a broad understanding of how food and agriculture shape society and can contribute to a more sustainable future. Topics include global and local food systems with an emphasis on understanding the nature of current problems and exploring potential solutions.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam