Courses in Food and Agriculture
While Yale’s status as a formal Land Grant College may have been short-lived, the University offers manifold opportunities to study food and agricultural systems from a number of perspectives. Some 40 courses in Yale College and across the graduate and professional schools — offered annually — mobilize various frameworks with which to make sense of the “wicked” problems that contemporary food systems pose.
We work with students and faculty to amplify and expand offerings in food systems study through supporting course development efforts, bringing visiting scholars and lecturers to the graduate schools, catalyzing symposia and colloquia, and teaching through problem-based learning at the Yale Farm.
Professors, graduate teachers, and scholars on campus can learn more about ways to incorporate the farm and the YSFP’s offerings into their own coursework, too.
Browse undergraduate offerings in food and agriculture this spring semester.
Graduate And Professional School Courses
Browse graduate-level offerings in food and agriculture this spring semester.