Aesthetics of Food and Drink
About this Course
The concept of aesthetics relates to the gastronomic education of the senses. Sensory taste is considered as a particular type of knowledge and, accordingly, the way that specific historical, cultural and aesthetic conditions determine and influence the experience of taste is explored. This module takes a broadly philosophical and critical approach to aesthetic experience as it pertains to food, wine and other drinks, with the aim of fostering an appreciation of taste’s contribution to knowledge, ethical living and community well-being.
This module aims to provide participants with the opportunity to critically examine and judge food and drink quality and explore the multi-dimensional factors that influence one’s sense of taste.
Who is it for?
Professionals, adult learners, bachelor-level graduates, enthusiasts, lifestyle learners, practitioners, teachers/lecturers.
Learn at your own convenience
|23 September 2019 - 1 December 2019
Live online sessions once a week
|50 Hours of Learning
10 weeks of study, 5 hours/week including weekly assignments
Special inaugural price
Course offered in English
Dr. Roger Haden
Head of Discipline (Gastronomy), Author and Researcher
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
|Certificate of Completion|