The Foods program is designed to train students for career applications in the food and hospitality industries such as with food companies, food-related businesses and industries, and restaurants. The program offers coursework for professional improvement, and some courses can be utilized as transfer courses for students pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics with a Foods emphasis.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students who complete this program will be able to:
Complete an assessment of an individual nutritional status.
Identify and analyze current research on a foods & nutrition topic.
Identify and demonstrate an awareness and appreciation for different cultures, traditions and food & nutrition habits impact on nutrition.