Since it was founded in 1909, the Nutrition Program has been a leader in integrating the findings of nutrition science, nutrition education, behavioral science and public health to develop strategies for promoting health through dietary change in individuals and communities.
The Nutrition Program is a personal and dynamic graduate program that emphasizes nutrition education and counseling, community involvement and understanding of food systems, while providing a solid grounding in nutrition science and clinical nutrition. Faculty are accessible and take an active interest in the education and career plans of our graduate students. By being part of the larger Department of Health and Behavior Studies and of Columbia University, the Nutrition Program offers access to a wide range of resources, both intellectual and technological.
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With 14,052 current food and beverage manufacturing jobs posted from hundreds of the industry's top companies and recruiters, we have grown to become, by far, the largest food and beverage industry-specific job board on the internet.
Food processing careers encompass a variety of job opportunities beyond plant management, quality control, food science and sales. So, whether you have a degree in accounting, human resources or are looking to spread your wings in a career in maintenance, marketing or environmental health and safety, the food manufacturing industry could be the next step in your career.