Culinary Arts

The College of Culinary Arts has programs that include Baking and Pastry, Food Service Management, Culinary & Applied Nutrition, and Culinary Arts.  Graduates seek employment in a variety of culinary settings, examples include:

  • Restaurants
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Cruise Liners
  • On- and Off-Premise Catering
  • Hospitals and Retirement Communities
  • Corporate Dining Services
  • Bake Shops/Pastry Shops
  • Schools and Universities

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Chefs working in crowded kitchen with narrow aisle. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

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Looking for Jobs as a Recent Graduate in Culinary Arts? 7 Career Options Served to You

If you are a recent graduate searching for jobs in culinary arts, the following post discusses seven career options for you.

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