Graduate study in nutrition at Cornell University is based in the Division of Nutritional Sciences, the largest academic unit in the United States devoted to the study of human nutrition, and one of the world's preeminent institutions for nutrition education, research, and service.
Students can plan their graduate programs to fit their career goals. A hallmark of the Field of Nutrition at Cornell University is the variety of faculty research interests, which provides an exceptional range of opportunities for graduate students to do multidisciplinary research. Candidates for the Ph.D. degree may specialize in:
For further information concerning these programs, email DoraLee Knuppenburg, the Graduate Field Assistant.