University of Vermont

2012-2013 Catalogue

Food Systems (Master of Science)

Overview

In the Food Systems graduate program, you’ll learn about contemporary food systems through a unique curriculum that links transdisciplinary research with real-world problem-solving and practical experience.

Our program brings a wide range of academic disciplines to the study of food systems, integrating:

  • Food production, distribution, and marketing
  • Policy development at federal, state, and local levels
  • Managing the interplay of food and health
  • Environmental, social, and economic sustainability
  • Ensuring access to adequate food for all citizens
  • Understanding the complex dynamics of local to global food markets

Food Systems M.S. graduates leave with a broad and deep understanding of our contemporary food system, as well as a set of applied skills and experience – preparing them to succeed.

For more information please visit the Master of Science in Food Systems Link out of catalogue site. website.

General Requirements

Specific Requirements

Requirements for Admission to Graduate Studies for the Degree of Master of Science in Food Science

Please see the Master of Science in Food Systems Link out of catalogue site. website.

Minimum Degree Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science

Please see the Master of Science in Food Systems Link out of catalogue site. website.

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