As a student in the CIA Singapore’s bachelor’s degree program, you’ll come to understand food in a way that will perfectly complement your previous studies. You’ll learn cooking and baking methods, gain leadership skills, and develop an understanding of the business of food that will serve you well in everything you do. You will explore subjects that will broaden your mind and grow your critical thinking skills. Your CIA culinary education won’t just change the way you think about food; it’ll change the way you think about the world.
Students with a diploma in Culinary & Catering Management, Hospitality & Tourism Management, or Leisure & Resort Management have advanced standing and already have their program credits mapped out. There is a typical sequence of courses that these students will follow.
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Students taking the Bachelor of Business Administration in Food Business Management program at the CIA Singapore may choose one of two tracks: Culinary Arts or Baking and Pastry Arts.
The 132-credit BBA in Food Business Management, Culinary Arts track includes:
The 132-credit BBA in Food Business Management, Baking and Pastry Arts track includes:
You will get a carefully designed mix of the CIA’s renowned hands-on culinary or baking and pastry arts courses combined with in-depth, food-focused management, business, and liberal arts courses. The curriculum also features a semester-long internship experience.
BBA students at the CIA Singapore also have the opportunity to study abroad through the Global Cuisines and Cultures: U.S. Northern California course.
The college has a selective admissions process whereby each candidate is evaluated individually. The basic requirements are as follows:
The steps to apply for admission to the bachelor’s degree program in Singapore are as follows:
Complete tuition and financial aid information for this program.