The undergraduate BS degree in Nutrition and Food Studies offers two concentrations: Food Studies or Nutrition and Dietetics.
The Global Public Health/Food Studies major prepares undergraduates for careers in advocacy, policy, food production, or to pursue additional academic training.
The NYU Steinhardt Food Studies MA will provide you with an advanced education in the cultural, historical, and sociological aspects of food.
This dual degree enables you to efficiently earn an MA in Food Studies and an MSLIS in Library and Information Science at the same time.
Our doctoral degree in Food Studies offers an interdisciplinary, research-focused approach to the study of food in its historical and cultural contexts.
The Food Studies program examines cultural, political, economic, environmental, and geographic approaches to food within local, urban, and global contexts. The program is available at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels.