You’re determined to change the world by launching your own food business or growing the food company you work for. Go for it, with our online Master of Professional Studies in Food Business. To succeed in this business, you need to assess market opportunities and prepare for what’s ahead in the food world. You’ll be ready to do that and more with this CIA master’s program.
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The CIA Master of Professional Studies in Food Business degree is designed for professionals who aspire to lead successful business ventures; help existing food, beverage, and hospitality businesses to grow; and capitalize on the unprecedented entrepreneurial opportunities in the global food world.
The food business master’s degree is ideal for:
The program’s online delivery enables busy professionals from any location in the world to continue their work experiences while successfully moving through the curriculum.
The two-year, 30-credit, Middle States-accredited food business master’s degree program includes:
See catalog for curriculum and course details
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Program dates for the 2019 cohort are as follows:
Program dates for the 2020 cohort are as follows:
To enroll in the CIA online food business master’s degree program, you must meet the following requirements by the program start date.
How to Apply
The CIA is committed to making your education as affordable as possible. You’ll find that our costs are comparable to similar colleges, and more than 90% of our students receive some form of aid. Talk with us! Contact Student Financial and Registration Services at SFRS@culinary.edu or 845-451-1500.
Eligibility to borrow through the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program will be determined once you have been accepted into the MPS program and have filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can also apply for the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan to help with any remaining expenses.
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