Chatham's Master of Arts in Food Studies in the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment emphasizes a holistic approach to food systems, from agriculture and food production to cuisines and consumption, providing intellectual and practical experience from field to table.
About the program
Students study agricultural and culinary history and examine food production and consumption through sociological, cultural, political, economic, and geographic lenses. They choose from courses aligned around four areas of focus, and may also choose to pursue a dual degree M.A. in Food Studies + MBA.