Rutgers University: the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences offers a 1 credit course titled Wine Insights for students age 21 and up. The purpose of the course is to teach students about the chemistry, geography, production, and consumption of wines produced both locally and globally. Hands-on experiences, such as wine tastings and bonus projects, enhance learning objectives related to wine tasting techniques, sensory physiology, and the connection between viticulture and enology. If you want to register for this course, go to Schedule of Classes and choose: term, New Brunswick, Undergraduate, and type in key word WINE.
Fairleigh Dickinson University: the International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management offers an online wine course titled Discovering the World of Wine. Designed by Ron Kapon and Patricia Savoie, this course applies to those interested in pursuing a career as a sommelier, gaining a competitive edge in the restaurant world, understanding the wine industry more fully, and becoming a more knowledgeable wine enthusiast. Individuals who register gain access to 26 classes and accompanying tasting videos by Philippe Newlin.
Monmouth University: a teaching vineyard known as the Monmouth University Vineyard was established in 2012 by Pedram Daneshgar, professor of biology, to help students from a variety of majors learn and gain hands-on experience. This vineyard project is completely student-run and is located at the Monmouth University Community Garden.