Global Public Health/ Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Admissions
    We welcome both freshman and transfer applicants as well as NYU students who want to change majors or transition to one of our undergraduate programs. For detailed information on how to apply, financial aid, tuition and living expenses, and student housing, please visit the NYU Undergraduate Admiss... Read More
  • Advising
    If you are a prospective student and would like more information about the Clinical Nutrition or Food Studies programs, please check the News and Events section to register for a Graduate Information Session.  You may RSVP directly through the website. If you are a current student and would li... Read More
  • Career Opportunities
    Food is a multibillion dollar annual industry; half of all meals are eaten outside the home, and 30 percent of all new food products are designed to meet nutritional goals. Career opportunities in food-related professions are expanding rapidly. Employers increasingly seek university graduates with e... Read More
  • Curriculum
    Credit Requirements The curriculum in Global Public Health/Nutrition and Food Studies: Nutrition and Dietetics requires completion of 129 credits. These are divided into five categories:  Courses  Required Credits  LIberal Arts Requirements  60  Global Pu... Read More
  • Global Public Health/Nutrition & Dietetics
    The Global Public Health/Nutrition & Dietetics major prepares students to apply current knowledge, policy, and research about food and nutrition toward the improvement of the health of populations locally and around the world. The major aligns with the mission of the Nutrition and Dietetics Pro... Read More
  • How to Become a Registered Dietitian
    The concentration in Nutrition and Dietetics fully prepares students to meet the educational knowledge and skills specified by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) as part of the requirements to become a Registered Dietitian (RD). The complete set of requirements includes: The Didactic Pr... Read More