FSHN 199 DB - Undergraduate Open Seminar - Edible Entrepreneurialism
Experimental course on a special topic in food science and human nutrition. Topic may not be repeated except in accordance with the Code. Course Information: Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated in the same or subsequent terms. No more than 12 hours may be counted toward graduation.
TITLE: Edible Entrepreneurialism - Feeding Ideas for the Future ***DESCRIPTION: Introduces students to various elements and facets of entrepreneurialism that put the consumer first. Students will explore diverse development journeys of well-known food innovators and will participate in reflective and active learning activities to learn about key facets of entrepreneurialism, focusing on important consumer-focused themes such as: consumer insights, community insights, social/cultural awareness, problem solving, risk taking, resourcing, ensuring technical depth, adapting to failure, and resiliency. Students enrolled in the course will not only learn how to nourish key entrepreneurial skills but grow their digital literacy and skills in human-centered innovation.
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Course Level: Undergraduate