Lecturer, Food, Nutrition and Health
Academic Advisor, Master of Food Science (MFS) Program
FNH 217, 2205 East Mall
- FNH 200: Exploring Our Food In this course, students are introduced to key concepts related to the science of food, including: the Canadian food system, chemical and physical properties of foods; issues pertaining to safety; government regulations; food additives; food preservation techniques and transformation of agricultural commodities into food products.
- FNH 302: Food Analysis Principles of and procedures for analysis of the chemical, physical and sensory properties of food; proximate analysis; introduction to instrumental analysis; introduction to anatomy and physiology of sensory perception, reporting and analysis of data.
- FOOD 524: Advances in Food Process Science