HMB443H1: Global Hidden Hunger

Hours

18L/6S

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies, termed ‘hidden hunger,’ affect about half the world’s population. Explore the global nature, catastrophic consequences, and causes of these deficiencies. Discuss formulation and implementation of international, national, and local policies to alleviate ‘hidden hunger’ especially in infants and young children. A service-learning opportunity is integrated. Students will be required to contribute to a local community organization while using course knowledge to develop a project or initiative beneficial to the organization and community.

Enrolment is by application. Detailed application instructions are available on the HMB Special Enrolment website: https://www.hmb.utoronto.ca/special-enrolment. The application will ask about motivation and/or relevant experience. The deadline for the application is before the first day of course enrolment. Applications will be assessed based on prerequisites, submitted answers to application prompts and cGPA. This course is open to all Human Biology students.

Prerequisite
Completion of 14.0 credits including one of BIO230H1/ BIO255H1, and 0.5 HMB/CJH/EHJ/JNH credit at the 300-level/ NFS382H1
Distribution Requirements
Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class