Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences
Master of Science in Food Systems
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 MS 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 succe
For more information please visit the Master Of Science in Food Systems website:
Contact: Professor Amy Trubek, Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences and Faculty Director of the MS in Food Systems, or 802-656-0833.
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