Minor - Consumer Foods

Program Description
A Consumer Foods minor provides a knowledge base for persons interested in foods and food ingredients as applied to food selection, preparation, home processing, storage and serving of safe food to consumers across the lifespan. Food quality, as well as the effects of culture, lifestyle, and economics are explored.


Before declaring this minor, consult with the advisor, Bev Hull.
Required Courses (13 hours):
FDNS 2100 or FDNS 2100H 3
FDNS 3600, FDNS 3600L 4
FDNS 4600/6600 3
FDNS 4630/6630 3

Electives (2 hours):
Choose one of the following:
FDNS 3010 1-6
FDNS 3610 3
FDNS 3610L 1
FDNS 4050/6050 3
FDNS 4610/6610 1
FDNS 4620/6620 2
FDNS 4640/6640 3
FDNS 4645/6645 2
FDNS 4650/6650 3
FDNS 4660/6660 3
FHCE 3100  3
AAEC 3100  3
ADPR 3100 or ADPR 3100H  3


TOTAL HOURS: 15

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Log into Athena. Go to the Student tab, then click on My Programs.
  2. Click the Add Minor button, select the minor you wish to add, and confirm your selection.
  3. Refer to the UGA Bulletin for minor course requirements.
For more information about minor course work, contact:
            Bev Hull
            Academic Advisor
            bev@uga.edu
            706-542-6492