APPLIED SCIENCES IN COFFEE ORIGIN
The “Applied Science of Coffee Origin” is a proprietary, innovative, and ground-breaking 6-day field program taught by agriculturists, scientists, professional coffee and field practitioners.
The course focuses on the scientific factors alongside the complex cultural traditions for describing the effects of coffee origin and agricultural practices on our consumers’ perception of coffee flavor.
Throughout the course, students will be exploring case studies of specific coffees and specific coffee growing regions from a variety of methodologies and disciplinary perspectives via lectures, field trips, advanced coffee tasting, and community-based service learning.
The “Science of Coffee Origin” is the definitive course for anyone expanding their knowledge and business in the highly competitive industry of specialty coffee, or for coffee professionals and coffee roasters developing their specialty coffee programs.
Related Fields of Study
agriculture, anthropology, environmental studies, field studies, gender and women's studies, coffee origin, geology, permaculture, horticulture, cultural theory, and sustainability studies
Advanced Studies or Careers in
specialty coffee business, coffee farming, continuing barista education, coffee trading, coffee roasting, agriculture, natural sciences, and social sciences.