Travel Abroad Experiences

    Our bachelor's degree programs give you the opportunity to explore global cuisines and cultures as you visit:

    Get an inside look at how the people of these regions prepare food and source ingredients. You’ll also learn how local chefs and food professionals develop menus, pair food and beverages, foster sustainable agriculture, and create distribution channels. To better understand how food and wine, culture, history, and terroir converge, you’ll first take the Global Cuisines and Cultures course at a CIA campus.

    Concentrated Study

    Concentrations in our bachelor's degree programs in food business management or in applied food studies allow you to visit other CIA locations:

    • Advanced Wine, Beverage, and Hospitality; Advanced Concepts in Baking and Pastry; and Farm-to-Table: Practices of a Sustainable Table (California)
    • Latin Cuisine Studies: New World Flavors, Ingredients, and Techniques (Texas)
    • Asian Cuisine: An Edible Journey from Traditional to Contemporary (Singapore)
    • Intrapreneurship: Driving Innovation from Within an Organization (New York)