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MTP573/MTP574 - Food Science & Sustainability
1 Semester 0.5 Credit Fulfills: 


This cooking class focuses on the science and sustainability behind culinary arts, as well as the relationship between food consumption, human development, health and the effects of food growth on the environment and our planet. Topics of study could include organic farming and GMO’s, agriculture and food policy, climate change in relation to food production, use of technology in food growth and cooking sustainably, risk management procedures, nutritional therapy, technology in food production, proper cooking techniques, and diet and nutritional analysis and planning. Students will grow vegetables and herbs with the purpose of cooking well-balanced meals. This course is part of the Human Services program pathway in high school. 

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