Hi guys! I've applied to different programs for Public Health Nutrition and wanted advice on might be best. I'm interested in working for an international organization like UNICEF or WFP on Maternal and Child Health & Nutrition but want to make sure I'm choosing a good program. There doesn't seem to be a ton of info floating around about public health nutrition programs!! So far I've heard from: Yes: NYU Public Health Nutrition, University of Washington Maternal and Child Health, Tufts Public Health Nutrition, Tulane Public Health Nutrition, Hunter College Public Health Nutrition No: UC Berkeley (Maternal & Child Health Concentration, Nutrition specialty) Does anyone know about these programs? I'm leaning NYU because it's in NY, which is where I work now, and the school has a good reputation but I can't find it ranked anywhere and it's heinously EXPENSIVE. Any ideas/comments? Thanks!!