Working to end food insecurity at KU

KU Courses

Below is a list of classes offered at the University of Kansas that focus on aspects of hunger either directly related or are connected to the development and solution, such as through nutrition, economics, health, and regulations. If you are aware of other courses that meet this definition, please share them using our Food Insecurity Initiatives Inventory form.


Go to Schedule of Classes to determine if courses will be available in the upcoming semester. 

AAAS 301: Portrait Third-World Nation: Haiti 
AAAS 351: Africa's Human Geographies
AAAS 551: Environmental Issues in Africa
AAAS 553: Geography of African Development

ABSC 455: Health, Safety, Nutrition in Early Childhood Development

AMS 576: Cultural Geography of the US
AMS 579: Geography of American Foodways

ANTH 542: Biology of Human Nutrition
ANTH 543: Anthropology of Food and Nutrition
ANTH 545: Contemporary Health Issues in Africa
ANTH 582: Ethnobotany
ANTH 672: Meat and Drink in America

BIO 420: Seminar: Chemical Cues: Sex Food & Fight

CE 450: Sustainability: Population, Energy and Water

ECON 587: Economic Development of Africa
ECON 855: Natural Resources

EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health

GEOG 379: Topics in Cultural Geography

HIST 562: US Environmental History of 20th Century
HIST 579: Food in History: West and East
HIST 636: Agriculture in World History

HSES 260: Personal and Community Health
HSES 330: Principles of Nutrition and Health
HSES 777: Practicum in Health Education and Wellness Promotion

HWC 575: The Body, Self and Society

ISP 504: Topics Indigenous Nations Studies Foodways: Latin America

LAW 864: Advanced International Trade Law
LAW 921: Food and Drug Law

SW 620: Social Policies & Program Analysis

UBPL 850: Urban and Regional Theory

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