The CIA’s proven wine and beverage curriculum is now available for the busy professional. Grow your career without interrupting your work or personal life.
Did you know that a restaurant’s beverage program is a major driver of its profits? That’s just one of many reasons to advance your career with our online Master of Professional Studies in Wine and Beverage Management. The program is unique in how it takes you from marketing to distribution and from restaurants to retail, emphasizes wine and food pairing, and explores the global wine and beverage business.
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Wine experts are sought-after in high-end restaurants, hotels and resorts, wineries, retail, and media all over the world, in positions including:
As a graduate of the CIA, you’ll instantly become a member of an influential network of food and beverage professionals, paving the way for unparalleled career opportunity. You’ll also have access to lifelong assistance and resources from the college’s Center for Career and Academic Advising—including career advisement, job listings, and Career Fair and networking events.
Our more than 50,000-strong CIA alumni are leading every segment of the food and beverage world. They’ve found success doing what they love. Now it’s your turn.
The two-year wine and beverage management master’s degree program includes:
See catalog for curriculum and course details
Download the full curriculum chart (PDF)
To enroll, 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 financial aid. Talk with us! Contact Student Financial and Registration Services at SFRS@culinary.edu or 845-451-1500.
The CIA participates in the Federal Graduate Direct Loan Program. Eligibility to borrow through the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program will be determined once you have been accepted into the master’s 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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Robert Tremblay ’10
Associate Director—AdmissionsRobert.Tremblay@culinary.edu845-451-1564Specializes in assisting master’s and certificate students