Classes for degree and certificate program students at all of our U.S. campuses will not be in session from August 5–September 5, 2022.

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    Farm-To-Table

    Bachelor’s Degree Concentration

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    Farm-To-Table: Practices of a Sustainable Table

    You’re strong in your beliefs—fresh, local food and socially conscious green practices are essential for creating the best dining experiences. Stay true to these values with our Farm-to-Table bachelor’s degree concentration. At the CIA California campus in the Napa Valley, you’ll spend the semester examining the ideals behind this food philosophy, growing and harvesting food in our campus gardens, and creating community events that celebrate and engage local farmers and producers.

    Program Highlights:

    • Explore topics such as advanced cooking, ecology of food, sustainable food systems, and chef-community relations.
    • Plant and nurture crops in the Greystone gardens.
    • Source ingredients from local farms, fields, and forests in this world-renowned food and wine region.
    • Develop menus using sourced ingredients as you participate in tastings and cooking demos.
    • Produce menu items in a professional kitchen setting.

    Only students in the Food Business Management degree and Applied Food Studies degree are eligible for this concentration.