IFSL 7031: Food Security, Safety, and Defense

2 CreditsOnline Available

This course will provide students with an understanding of the basic principles of food security including the availability, accessibility, affordability, safety, and nutritional value of food. It will allow students to differentiate food security, food safety, and food defense, and to grasp the complexity of ethical and science trade-offs affecting decision-making across food security, food safety, and food defense. These principles will be highlighted through a variety of historical food security, safety, and defense incidents. At the conclusion of the course, students will evaluate a current, major food-borne disease outbreak using concepts learned from past outbreaks. This course requires program approval/consent to register.

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