This concentration explores the implications for and intersections of contemporary religious leadership with foodways, the health of the public, and ecology.

For each of the tracks, the concentration is 12 credits plus an internship. Students may also complete the concentration with 15 credits from any of the tracks (or that carry the SE area requirements) plus an internship.

For students who wish to focus in one of the three areas, the following tracks are suggested. Students interested in applying to pursue this concentration should contact the academic dean.