Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health

Food Studies

Curriculum and Electives

CORE CURRICULUM

40 Credits

 

 

 

 

Core Courses (taken by all students in program)

15

 

FOOD-GE 2017  Contemporary Issues in Food Studies

3

Fall

FOOD-GE 2033  Food Systems

3

Fall

FOOD-GE 2015  Food Policy

3

Fall and Spring

FOOD-GE 2191  Food and Culture

3

Fall

NUTR-GE 2215  Nutrition in Food Studies

3

Spring

 

 

 

Research

4

 

FOOD-GE 2000  Current Research in Food Studies

1

Fall

FOOD-GE 2061  Research Applications 

3

Fall, Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

AREAS OF CONCENTRATION12

 

Food Systems (FOOD-SYS)

 

 

FOOD-GE 2016  Food Markets: Concepts and Cases

3

Spring

FOOD-GE 2036  Water, Waste and the Urban Environment

3

Fall

FOOD-GE 2034  Food Systems: Advanced Topics

3

Fall, Spring

FOOD-GE 2110  International Food Regulation

3

Fall

or

 

 

Food Culture (FOOD-FDS)

 

 

FOOD-GE 2012  Food History

3

Spring

FOOD-GE 2019  Comparative Cuisines

3

Fall

FOOD-GE 2021  Food Writing

3

Fall, Spring

FOOD-GE 2205 Theoretical Perspectives in Food Culture

 

Spring

 

 

 

(subsitutions approved by advisement)

   
     
ELECTIVES (by advisement)

9

 

Students may choose electives from alternative areas of concentration or other courses of interest within NYU: other department in Steinhardt (such as MCC, Environmental Conservation Education, etc), Stern School of Business, Wagner School of Public Service, Tisch School of the Arts, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Graduate students may ONLY enroll in 2000 level classes

FOOD-GE 2012  Food History

3

Fall

FOOD-GE 2230  Field Trips in Foods

1

Fall/ Spring

FOOD-GE 2025  Beverages

3

Fall/ Spring

FOOD-GE 2030 Urban Agriculture Planning and Implementation

2

Fall/ Spring

FOOD-GE 2183  Techniques of Reginal Cuisine

2

Spring

NUTR-GE 2300  Independent Study
* Requires permission and approval.

1-6

Fall, Spring, Summer

FOOD-GE 2240  Advanced Topics in Food Studies    Fall/ Spring
FOOD-GE:  Global Food Cultures : Hong Kong, Puebla Mexico, Paris, Florence, New Orleans) 4  Fall, Spring, Summer
     

NOTE: All  courses in the alternative Area of Concentration can be taken as electives.

* Requires permission and approval.