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Food Courses

Food Course List

We have compiled a list of food-related courses across campus, including DeCals. The courses are organized by department in alphabetical order. To search the online database for specific faculty or keywords, use Command+F. Download the pdf here.

If you teach or know of a class that is not on the list, please let us know at foodinstitute [at] berkeley.edu

Graduate Studies in Agri-Food Systems at UC Berkeley

As a Research Center, the Berkeley Food Institute does not offer degree granting programs. If you wish to undertake graduate studies in agri-food topics at UC Berkeley, you will need to apply to one of the many schools or departments offering related coursework, including, but not limited to: Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM), Agricultural and Resource Economics, Geography, Public Health, City and Regional Planning, Sociology, Public Policy, Anthropology, Journalism, Law, Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, Business, and Landscape Architecture. You should approach specific faculty members who could serve as your admitting professor. Please see our list of affiliated faculty for individual and departmental interests. If you are admitted to UC Berkeley, you will have many opportunities to engage with BFI’s programs and research projects.

New Undergraduate Minor in Food Systems

BFI collaborated with an interdisciplinary group of faculty, students, and administrative staff to develop an undergraduate minor in Food Systems. The minor is now available through the College of Natural Resources, starting in the Fall 2015 semester. Learn more about the Food Systems Minor here.