In addition to fulfilling all the basic requirements for a minor (see Minor Fields of Study), students who declare a minor in hunger studies must complete the following requirements:
This minor intends to prepare students for leadership roles in understanding and eradicating hunger. Requirements include 18 credits (at least 12 at the 200-level or above), nine of which will be core courses, including the introductory course HSS 130; up to three 1-3-credit internships; and a 3-credit capstone course which will include one credit for portfolio development. No course may be used for both the major and minor. Courses in general education may be used for the minor.
All courses must be taken for a grade, except for the internship and portfolio credits, and a grade of 2.00 or better must be earned in each graded course. To declare this minor, a student must have the approval of a program advisor and an academic advisor. For more information, contact Professor Kathleen Gorman, Director, Feinstein Center for a Hunger Free America, 201 Tyler Hall.
Core courses: 9 credits; HSS/PSY 130 (4 credits), Internship (total of 3 credits), HDF 434 (3-credit capstone, 1 credit for portfolio development). Optional: URI 101 with a focus on hunger/social justice (1 credit).
Electives: 9 credits; may be focused on a particular theme. Approved electives include CPL 210; CPL/NRS 300; NFS 276, 394, 395; HDF 357, 498; HSS 120; PHL 217; PLS 305; PSC 221.