University of Vermont Food Systems Graduate Program (MS, PhD)

UVM's Graduate Program in Food Systems cultivates students to be adaptable problem solvers and systems thinkers.
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University of Vermont Food Systems Graduate Program (MS, PhD)

109 Carrigan Drive, Burlington, Vermont 05405, Chittenden County, United States

802-656-2042
aparnau@uvm.edu

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UVM's Graduate Program in Food Systems cultivates students to be adaptable problem solvers and systems thinkers.

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Curriculum:

Our curriculum is designed to inspire and motivate students through a diversity of research methods, transdisciplinary and systems thinking approaches and forms of community engagement. Students have the opportunity to:

  • Collaborate with community partners on a variety of food systems problems and solutions
  • Engage in experiential education from farm-to-plate, in the field and in the laboratory
  • Integrate ideas and information to understand and address food systems issues

 

Program Funding:

MS - Apply to become a Food Systems Innovation Fellow. Details here
When resources allow, we provide temporary research and instructional assistant positions.  Students are notified about these opportunities when they are announced.

Are you a permanent resident of one of the New England States?  If so, learn more about how you can apply for a reduced tuition rate to pursue an MS in Food Systems.  New England Board of Higher Education RSP Tuition Break

 

PhD -  Our program does not provide funding for all students in the same manner. Rather funding decisions are made on a case-by-case basis. All accepted students will be offered tuition and stipend for a minimum of two years. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

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