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    Hunter College
  Jan 17, 2018
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section XIV: School of Urban Public Health

School of Urban Public Health

About the School of Urban Public Health

Hunter College’s School of Urban Public Health educates students to contribute to improving urban health by addressing problems such as HIV, substance abuse, asthma, obesity, under-nutrition, violence, heart disease and cancer. The school of offers undergraduate programs in community health and in nutrition.

Hunter’s School of Urban Public Health shares an eight-story, 147,000-square-foot green building on Third Avenue between East 118th and 119th Streets with the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Faculty, staff and students from both schools work closely with community organizations and health and social service agencies in East Harlem to strengthen existing and create new approaches to improving the well-being of East Harlem and other low-income communities.

Undergraduate Programs

  1. Community Health
  2. Nutrition and Food Science
  3. Accelerated BS/MS in Nutrition (DPD)

Full Program and Course List


Silberman  Campus
2180 Third Avenue (119th Street & Third Avenue, 5th floor)
New York NY 10035

Campus Director
Khursheed Navder, PhD, RDN, FAND

Room 502, (212) 396-7775

For Information Contact:

Nzinga Ajani
Silberman 5th fl, Dean’s Suite -or-


Faculty of the School of Urban Public Health