NUTR 214 Food Fundamentals (4 credits)

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Offered by: Human Nutrition (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)


Nutrition and Dietetics : The structure and composition of foods, sensory evaluation and the scientific principles underlying physical and chemical changes that occur during food preparation. Displays, demonstrations and "hands-on" experience to relate culinary, nutritional and food safety theory to practical applications.

Terms: Fall 2016

Instructors: Rose, Maureen; Duhamel, Paul-Guy (Fall)

  • Fall

  • One 3-hour lecture and one 4-hour lab

  • Prerequisite: FDSC 230 or corequisite with instructor's permission.

  • Corequisite: FDSC 211 or LSCI 211

  • This course includes a fee of $350 for a culinary tool kit, chef coat, hairnet, food ingredients, supplies and laboratory manual. The fee is refundable as long as the kit and supplies have not been opened, used or scratched and the manual is intact. Students who drop this course during the course add/drop period may return the kit (if already received) to their department, who will then advise the Student Accounts Office to reverse the charges for the fee once they have inspected the materials and found them to be in acceptable condition.

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