Clemson University Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition invites you to involve your senses as you sample the regional cuisine of Belgium while learning about food, diet and exercise in Belgium. Learn about the cultural history of Belgium and have the opportunity for personal travel through Europe. Participate in course-related activities including tours of Ghent, Bruges, Leuven, Liege, and Brussels, as well as food, physical activity and health-related events. Travel with FSHN faculty on course-related trips and have a once in a lifetime learning experience in the wonderful country of Belgium!
Earn 6 credits for NUTR 421/802 (615) An International Perspective on Nutrition: Food, Diet & Exercise in Belgium and IS 210, Belgium Culture. The program is opened to all majors, CU and non-Clemson students, all students pay in-state tuition, and there is no prerequisite. Program dates for the program are June 30 – July 30, 2011. The program costs totals approximately $4400 (slightly higher for graduate students) and include tuition (6-credits $3200), housing, programs excursions, tasting passports, and more.
More information is available here in the 2011 Study Abroad Brochure PDF (download and print). For specific questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NUTR 421/802 An International Perspective on Nutrition: Food, Diet & Exercise in Belgium (3 credits) (Study Abroad in Brussels, Belgium; Summer Session II) (IS 210 International Stuides; 3 credits)
Instructors: Dr. Katherine Cason and Dr. Vivian Haley-Zitlin
Dr. Coffee and Students in Brussels (Summer 2010)