Skip to main content

Teaching

I teach the following courses:

AN S 270: Foods of Animal Origin. (2-0) Cr. 2. F. Principles, practices and issues impacting the production, processing and preservation of safe, wholesome, nutritious, and palatable meat, dairy, and egg products. Product evaluation, classification, value, and utilization.

AN S 460/560: Processed Meats. (2-2) Cr. 3. S. Physical, chemical and biological properties of meat important to achieving value-added meat product characteristics. Ingredients, technology and equipment used for processing, preservation and safety of cured meats, loaf products and fresh, cooked, dry and semi-dry sausage products.

AN S 571: Advanced Meat Processing Principles & Technology. (2-2) Cr. 3. Alt. F., even-numbered years. Physical/chemical relationships during processing. Effects of modern technology, non-meat additives and preservation techniques on quality and safety of processed meat. Laboratory demonstration of principles and technology.

FS HN 511: Integrated Food Science. (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Team-taught. Critical review of the key principles of food science and applications in the chemistry, microbiology, and processing of food. Understanding of the impact of processing on the quality of foods with respect to composition, quality and safety.