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This course will guide you through the process of developing and realizing your business idea. Guest speakers from the food industry will share hands- on knowledge and insights.
In this section you will focus on writing a business plan utilizing the Lean Canvas methodology leanstack. Grading is based on attendance, participation and completing a Lean Canvas. Examines how food images represent aesthetic concerns, social habits, demographics, domestic relations, and historical trends.
Students test the validity of analogies that scholars have drawn between developments in the two areas of endeavor. Uncharted areas of affinity linking art and cuisine are explored. Providing an introduction to fundamental aspects of the art historical periods in question, the course is designed to accommodate students without previous formal study of art history.
Those with prior experience in the discipline will be given new purchase on the art. This course will survey the history of food in film.
It will pay particular attention to how food and foodways are depicted as expressions of culture, politics, and group or personal identity. We will watch a significant number of films, both fiction and non-fiction, classic and modern. A good portion of class time will also be given to discussing the readings in combination with hands-on, in-depth analysis of the films themselves.
Why What You Eat Matters This course is designed to introduce major concepts in nutrition and diet to students of food studies and other disciplines who have limited or no background in the biological sciences.
The overarching goal is to develop a working understanding of the basic science of nutrition and apply this knowledge to personal health and professional settings. The course begins with the fundamentals of nutrition and diet, focusing on macro- and micronutrient intakes and needs throughout the life course.
Food-based nutrition will also be discussed, alongside dietary guidelines, recommendations, and food labels. Moving from the individual level to the larger public health arena, we will also examine such topics as nutritional ecology, influences on dietary intakes, overnutrition, and undernutrition.
A running theme throughout will be critiquing how diet and nutrition are treated in the media and press. It has become an active, dynamic branch of tourism in which half of all tourists have stated that they want some cultural activities during their vacation.
In this course we will introduce various themes of cultural tourism including the relationship between the Tourist Industry and the Cultural Heritage Manager, conservation and preservation vs. We will examine these themes in different areas of cultural tourism including the art industry, historical sites, cultural landmarks, special events and festivals, theme parks and gastronomy.
Cooking Exposes students to a craft-based understanding of the culinary arts from which to better understand how food and cuisine fit into the liberal arts and other disciplines and cultures. The course integrates personal experience and theory through discipline by training students in the classic and modern techniques and theories of food production, through cooking and working efficiently, effectively, and safely, and by introducing students to foods of various cultures and cuisines from around the world.
Open only to matriculated gastronomy students. Cannot be taken in addition to ML The course integrates personal experience and theory through discipline by training students in the classic and modern techniques and theories of food production, through pastry and baking methods as well as working efficiently, effectively, and safely, and by introducing students to baking techniques from various cultures and cuisines from around the world.Learn more about our Communications & Arts degree programs and courses, which range from strategic communications to theater and filmmaking.
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The University of Tampa Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing is a low-residency program designed to help poets, fiction writers and creative nonfiction writers advance their command of craft through exposure to literature from a writerly perspective and with supportive critique and .
Undergraduate Majors. The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences offers the bachelor's degrees listed below. All fields listed below (except where indicated) may lead to the Bachelor of Arts degree.
Holly Robbins, Adjunct Faculty. Robbins is a partner and creative director of This Is Folly, a design studio in Minneapolis. Previously, she spent eight years as creative manager/director at Target Corporation, worked at various advertising agencies and design firms, co-founded the design partnership Studio Flux, and did a tour of duty at Greenpeace.
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In our MFA Fine Arts program, you’ll learn to refine your personal artistic vision, think critically, and cultivate a lifelong studio practice.