Admissions & Aid
Get a holistic perspective on health and nutrition.
You believe that nothing is more important than good health, and you are committed to helping people maintain theirs in all contexts: locally, globally, geographically, culturally, socially, and emotionally. In the Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences, you can choose from a plethora of courses in numerous aspects of health and nutrition, from birth to old age. We provide a high-quality, multidisciplinary, critical perspective on community and public health, nutrition, exercise science, and thanatology. You will learn about health systems, health and nutrition policy and program development, social and natural components of health and disease, and health promotion. Your education will prepare you for rewarding careers in hospitals, community centers, public policy, private practice, and many other arenas.
This 4-year project focuses on understanding the genetic and environmental influences on liking sweet tastes in two traditionally underrepresented populations in science, Black and Asian populations.
Assistant Professor Horlyck-Romanovsky and her students work to prevent Type 2 diabetes in New York City’s Black Caribbean communities.
Assistant Professor of Health and Nutrition Sciences Margrethe Horlyck-Romanovsky from the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences was awarded a $1.1 million contract from the National Institute for Minority Health
Graduate Open House – Magner Career Center, School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences Workshop (Online)
Graduate Open House – School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, Nutrition, M.S. and Community Health, M.A. Community Health Education and Food and Health Equity Specializations (Online)
4123 Ingersoll Hall
Professor Kathleen Axen
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 5026
M.A. in Community Health; M.S. Health Teacher
Associate Professor Enrique Pouget
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2736
M.S. Sport Management (not accepting new students); M.S. Exercise Science and Rehabilitation (not accepting new students)
Associate Professor Raymond Leung
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 6717
M.S. in Nutrition
Associate Professor Tracy Wong
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 6287
Susan Jakuboski (M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.)
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 6699
Lecturer/Doctoral Scholar Patricia Cai
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 6713
Associate Professor Roseanne Schnoll
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2745
Mondays–Thursdays: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m.–3 p.m.