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Comparison of Food-Related Majors
Wondering which food-related degree is right for you? The University of Arizona has two new programs focusing on food: the B.A. in Food Studies and the B.S. in Nutrition & Food Systems.
The two majors share core courses in:
- FOOD 101: Intro to Critical Food Studies
- FOOD 202: Intro to the U.S. Food System
- FOOD 300: Food Justice, Ethics, & Activism
- FOOD 302: Critical Food Practice
- FOOD 498: Capstone
How do the programs differ?
|B.A. Food studies||B.S. Nutrition & food systems|
|FOCUS||Social, historical, and cultural dimensions of food||The food system from production to consumption|
|MINOR||Minor required||No minor required|
|4th semester language required||2nd semester language required|