Want a career in the food world? About to graduate high school, or already have your diploma? You’ll need a college degree to launch your career! Plan your next steps. See how your career goals align with the degree programs available at The Culinary Institute of America.
Enroll in a bachelor’s degree program, selecting the major and/or study concentration that fits your goals, or in an associate degree program in either culinary arts or baking and pastry arts.
Bachelor’s degree programs are offered at the New York campus only. Students who obtained their associate degree at the California or Texas campus can easily transfer their credits to the New York campus to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Gain expertise in food policy, local and global issues, and food systems with this program. You’ll leave with the communications skills and confidence to:
Applied Food Studies
Students pursuing an applied food studies bachelor’s degree have the option to focus their education with concentrations on key industry topics including:
Become a big-time “food techie” with this program. You’ll enter the industry with the advanced technical and scientific knowledge to:
Let everyone else “follow or get out of the way.” With this bachelor’s degree, you will be the one doing the leading, with the ability to:
Food Business Management
Students pursuing a management bachelor’s degree have the option to focus their education with concentrations on key industry topics including:
Find out about associate degrees offered at the New York, California, and Texas campuses:
Gain the fundamental knowledge and skills you need to accomplish great things in the culinary arena. With this degree in hand, you can:
The associate degree in Culinary Arts is available at these locations:
New York California Texas
Let your creativity shine with the techniques and skills you’ll get from this inspired program. Once you graduate, you’ll be ready to:
The associate degree in Baking and Pastry Arts is available at these locations: