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SBEN 250 - Coffee: From Seed to Cup

4.00 credit hours
This course looks at the relationship between coffee and society through a variety of academic disciplines beginning with the farmers growing the beans and following its path to the ultimate consumer for that “first cup of coffee in the morning.” Coffee is studied through multiple perspectives, including business, historical, social, financial, health and ethics. Research activities are complemented by hands-on opportunities in coffee processing in the later stages of the business cycle.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Global Understanding.
iCon(s): Challenging Inequity.


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