The SFN major allows students to choose an
in areas including business and economics, communication, food, natural resources or public health. This gives you an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in your area of interest while giving you the chance to begin building your expertise.
For example, our school owns and operates the
in the College of Professional Studies (CPS) Building that serves as our Food Service Management Lab. For students who choose the food emphasis, additional courses in foodservice and foodservice management challenge you to incorporate local foods into recipes. The CPS Café gives you the chance to learn all aspects of food-service operation and environmentally friendly management.
Some classes will be in our
state-of-the-art food lab
where you’ll enjoy hands-on cooking experiences and take on relevant real-world challenges such as testing and modifying recipes and analyzing the nutrient content of foods. Students work with restaurants, schools and organizations such as the Potato Growers Association to change the way we eat.
The School of Health Promotion and Human Development and UW-Stevens Point Office of International Education offer many
programs, including Culture and Health in Austria and a summer trip to Kenya.