Cultural Aspects of Food
Academic Credit

This course provides a unique opportunity to explore food and cultures from around the globe. Every day, people throughout the world must procure, select, prepare and consume food to sustain life. The manner in which they do this reflects complex relationships and interactions among the individuals, their culture, and the world in which they live. This course provides an opportunity to explore the relationships between food, history, culture, and traditions through topics such as nutritional needs, food and religion, and food by regions. Contemporary issues will be related to historical approaches in order to facilitate a more complete understanding of international food and nutrition phenomena. The course includes hands-on kitchen laboratories to introduce distinct flavors, preparation methods, and culinary skills including food safety. Come prepared to use all of your senses as you explore cultures, customs, politics, religions, foods, and important cultural literacy considerations that will be important to your future as you become better acquainted with your local and global community. IR

Registration Information: If you are a matriculated student, you must register for credit classes using the Campus Information System (CIS). If you are new to the University, you must first submit an application to the Admissions Office, then register using the Campus Information System (CIS).

This class is also offered as a non credit class. Go to the non credit version of the class.

Questions? Call Academic Programs at 801-585-9963 or use our online form.

Class Sections For Cultural Aspects of Food (NUIP 3620)

Spring 2022 Section 5

Credit Hours: 3
MTWThF 01/03/22 - 01/07/22
8:00 am-5:00 pm

GC 2760

Price: Tuition + Special Fee: $46.35

Instructor: KARY WOODRUFF

Note: This class meets the week of January 3-7. Class meets each day from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. with a lunch break daily. Students are required to attend each session. In addition to time spent in the classroom, students will also be required to complete additional online lectures, assignments, and exams. Reading and/or assignments may be due prior to first day of class. Please check with instructor or refer to the class syllabus on the class schedule or in Canvas. Please call 801.585.9963 with questions. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Questions? Call Academic Programs at 801-585-9963 or use our online form.