Study Wine, Food and Culture

Study Wine, Food and Culture

The University’s Hospitality and Tourism Management Program will offer two “food and drink adventure courses” for adults interested in studying wine, food and culture over the summer.

The 3 credit courses, which meet twice a week from May 14 to June 27, will give students the opportunity to take advantage of summer tuition rates.

The day and times of the courses that are offered and the topic they will cover include:

HTMG 3307 - Cultural Understanding of Food & Cuisine (MW 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
This course will explore the impact of food on the evolution of mankind and address issues relating to the importance of food in the political and economic structure of the world. Also explored will be the influences and perceptions of food in different cultures of the world and how those perceptions affect intercultural understanding. Laboratory fee.

HTMG 3305 – Wine Appreciation (MW 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.)
The course considers the major wines and wine regions of the world, with emphasis on American, French and German wines. Wine tasting is an integral part of the course. Students must be 21 years of age.

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