The Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Dietetics & Nutrition Division is committed to helping students successfully navigate the university’s academic environment. The division aims to provide a welcoming atmosphere that signals to students they are valued, supported, and free to ask questions.

Advising Steps

The division works closely with the majors advisor at the Community & Technical College (CTC) Advising Center. The CTC Advising Center serves students pursuing CTC certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor's degrees. The center also serves all UAA students enrolled in preparatory and developmental courses.

First-year CTC majors should begin the advising process at the center. Upon completion of their general education requirements, students transition to their program’s faculty advisor.

To schedule an appointment with a faculty advisor in the programs below, call the division at 907.786.1487.

  • Culinary Arts
  • Hospitality & Restaurant Management
  • Dietetics 
  • Nutrition*

*The Bachelor of Science in nutrition is currently at capacity and unable to accept new majors. Admission has been suspended at least through the 2014-2015 academic year. Students who are already enrolled in the nutrition degree program will be able to continue with their program as planned. Existing students must make sure they are meeting regularly with a program completion advisor to stay apprised of program and/or curriculum changes that impact them.

Program Outcomes

Program student learning outcomes describe the knowledge, abilities, values, and/or attitudes students should be able to demon-
strate following successful completion of a UAA certificate or degree program.