Looking for a food-related course to take at The University of Texas at Austin?Check out the complete list here and see what other students had to say about how much they’ve enjoyed these courses in the past.
My involvement with the Food Studies Project so far, though short, has allowed me to learn a lot once I started making connections and also learning a lot from my peers. I’m taking an “FSP” class for the first time, Dr. Torres’ GRG 339K: Farming, Food and Global Hunger and have learned a lot this semester. What I’ve learned in such a short time has allowed me better understanding of how to approach projects… It has challenged me to think more about food’s different effects on the body, mind and community.”
– Michelle Truong, B.S. Biology, 2012
UT Informal Classes also commonly host food related classes, workshops and seminars. Check out their updated list of course offerings here and navigate through the links on the right to find what you’re looking for.
Food is deeply interdisciplinary and we want to connect with anyone and everyone on campus involved in food or interested in Food Studies. If you know of any other courses that should be on our list or any UT faculty or staff interested in Food Studies, please contact us.