The Culinary Institute of America offers bachelors degree programs in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, or culinary science that feature 1300+ hands-on kitchen hours. Associates degrees are also offered, as are certificates in culinary arts, Latin cuisines, and wine and beverage studies.
The CIAs New York campus offers bachelors and associate degrees with majors in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, culinary science, and applied food studies. The college also provides professional development for those already in the industry or career changers, as well as a wide selection of programs for food enthusiasts, from one-day courses to week-long culinary Boot Camps. All of our faculty members are dedicated teachers whose industry credentials and experience are unmatched in culinary education. As the college's main campus, the Hyde Park location presents students and visitors with the benefits of a major college campus, unique in all of culinary education for its offerings and resources set on 170 acres. The facilities are ideal for learningRoth Hall, the Colavita Center for Italian Food and Wine, the J. Willard Marriott Education Center, and the Student Recreation Center house 41 professionally equipped kitchens and bakeshops, four student-staffed public restaurants, a demonstration theater, meat and fish fabrication rooms, a commercial storeroom, a culinary science lab, a sensory lab, the Julius Wile Baccalaureate Center, and athletic facilities. In addition, the General Foods Nutrition Center includes a computer classroom and laboratory, and a nutrition resources center.