Course DescriptionStudents will critically examine the socially constructed meanings of cuisine, culture, multiculturalism, race, and ethnicity. The cultural impact of Canadian immigration trends provides the backdrop for a major project that enables students to explore diversity through cuisine.
Noteslease be aware that this course is only available in classroom to degree program and special students. Students wishing to enrol in this course should contact the Academic Coordinator, Reg Noble, at email@example.com for more information.
RequisitesPrerequisites: FND 100 and CFNN 100
- Food Security : Electives (select 3)