Interdisciplinary Breadth

The Food Systems, Nutrition, and Health major requires 15 credits of interdisciplinary breadth courses.

5 credits of economics, choose from:
ECON 200 Introduction to Microeconomics (5)
FISH 230 Economics of Fisheries and Oceans (5)
ESRM 235 Introduction to Environmental Economics (5)
10 credits from among courses that represent the breadth of areas that influence food systems:
ACCTG 219 Essentials of Accounting (4)
ANTH 210 Introduction to Environmental Anthropology (5)
ANTH 211 Environmental Justice (5)
ATM S 101 Weather (5)
ATM S 111 Global Warming: Understanding the Issues (5)
ATM S 211 Climate and Climate Change (5)
B E 220 Cities, Health, and Well-Being (3)
CEP 200 Introduction to Community and Environmental Planning (5)
COM 220 Introduction to Public Speaking (5)
COM 234 Public Debate (5)
COM 289 Communication, Power, and Difference (5)
CSE 142 Computer Programming I (4)
CSE 143 Computer Programming II (5)
ECON 201 Introduction to Macroeconomics (5)
ENV H 111 Exploring Environment and Health Connections (3)
ENVIR 100 Introduction to Environmental Studies (5)
ENVIR 110 Introduction to Food and the Environment (5)
ENVIR 239 Sustainability: Personal Choices, Broad Impacts   (3-5)
ENVIR 240 The Urban Farm (5)
ENVIR 280 Natural History of the Puget Sound Region (5)
ESRM 100 Introduction to Environmental Science (5)
ESRM 210 Introductory Soils (5)
ESS 101 Introduction to Geology and Societal Impacts (5)
ESS 105 The Earth: Its Processes and Hazards (5)
GEOG 271 Geography of Food and Eating (5)
G H 101 Introduction to Global Health: Disparities, Determinants, Policies, and Outcomes (5)
G H 220 Global Environmental Change and Public Health (3)
GWSS 244 Indigenous Feminisms (5)
HSERV 100 Personal and Public Health (3)
NUTR 141 Introduction to Foods (5)
NUTR 241 Culinary Nutrition Science (3)
OCEAN 101 Oceanography of the Pacific Northwest (5)
OCEAN 102 The Changing Oceans (5)
PHIL 243 Environmental Ethics (5)
POL S 202 Introduction to American Politics (5)
POL S 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics (5)
PUBPOL 201 Introduction to Public Policy and Governance (5)
SOC 110 Survey of Sociology (5)
VALUES 207 Issues of Global Justice (5)