Jul 15, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
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Culinary Science: Principles and Applications (CUSC-300)

3.0 credits
This course will introduce students to the principles of culinary science and applications in a career in the food industry. The contributing subfields and the cross-disciplinary nature of culinary science will be a major focus. Parallels and distinctions between chef and scientist and their methods and perspectives will be discussed. Protocols followed in the culinary science lab will be introduced, and critical thinking skills will be exercised through case studies and demonstrations. Topics covered in this course will include the culinary arts and sciences, and involve ethnography, history, anthropology, chemistry, engineering, biology, psychology, and business. Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): Science Fundamentals (MTSC-307) and College Algebra (MTSC-301) or Calculus I (MTSC-306).



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