Culinary Arts Bachelor's Degrees
If you’d like to achieve a career as a chef or culinary specialist, you’ve got to get the right education under your belt. Earning a bachelor’s degree in the culinary arts can help you to develop skills in both classic and contemporary cooking; many schools offer such programs, including the Culinary Institute of America and Brown Mackie College.
A bachelor's degree program in culinary arts can cover a variety of different cooking methods, including à la carte, table d'hôte, and banquet settings. You may learn recipes for exotic international cuisine, as well as touching on the fundamentals of food safety, kitchen management, menu creation, ethnic cooking and cost control.
You can research other educational requirements of this degree program on our culinary arts career center page.