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Experiential Learning

Explore opportunities to put theory into practice through hands-on learning.

Toronto Met provides many opportunities for you to take your Nutrition and Food education global. Visit International exchange program to learn more about more global education opportunities.

Summer programs are generally regarded as ‘Study Abroad’ programs that are distinct from exchanges. This means you pay tuition and/or program fees directly to the host institution.

Visit Toronto Met Summer Programs to learn more about:

If you wish to receive credit for your time abroad, it is strongly recommended that you complete the Letter of Permission (LOP) process prior to departure.

  • FND 100: Food Science I
  • FNS 200: Quantity Food Management
  • FNP 300: Nutrition Communication: Theory/Practice
  • FNR 310: Senior Quantitative Research Project
  • FNR400 and FNR401: Independent Research Study I & II
  • FNP 400: Interprofessional Placement
  • FNP 550: Introduction to Dietetics Practice
  • FNS 400: Food Service Systems Management

Enhance your knowledge of other health and community service professions.  Get involved in workshops, placements and the Toronto Met Interprofessional Student Association (external link) .