The BS program in Global Public Health/Food Studies focuses on the ways in which individuals, communities, and societies relate to food within a cultural and historical context. Students will study a wide variety of topics such as food science and technology, food and culture, epidemiology, marketing, nutrition, and health policy.
Graduates are well prepared to enter a variety of careers in advocacy, policy, agriculture, and food production, public relations, and development, as well as to pursue advanced academic training in public health, food studies, or other related fields.
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