The Food Studies Certificate is for professionals and others eager to learn how to combat the food issues faced by their communities as well as globally. This is a "sister-program" to the UCLA Graduate Food Studies program. Students will enroll alongside matriculated UCLA graduate students in the Graduate Certificate Colloquium, allowing for a collaboration between community members and the research community. Students will be exposed to the interdisciplinary dimensions of food, other avenues for change, and new ideas for personalized research projects. Designed with the needs of working professionals in mind, several of the courses can be completed online. Beyond the mandatory colloquium course on campus, students will have the option of choosing three electives to optmize their learning.
For more information visit: http://humanities.uclaextension.edu/food-studies/.
April Michelle Enriquez
Application & Candidacy Fee: $200.00*
Estimated Course Fees: $3,000.00 (approximate, depends on elective section/format)
Estimated Program Textbook/Materials: $250.00
Estimated Total Cost: $3,450.00
Costs are approximate and subject to change without notice. Estimates are based on the candidacy fee, course fees, and estimated textbook fees, but do not include additional expenses such as parking.
*This program is open admission; students do not need to be enrolled in the certificate to enroll in an individual class. The Application & Candidacy fee establishes your candidacy in the certificate for a period of time covering normal progress toward completion.