CULINARY ARTS

Culinary students

The culinary arts program produces graduates who are prepared for entry-level positions in the rapidly expanding and varied foodservice, hospitality and tourism industry and due to their formal training and education, equipped for rapid career advancement.

The AAS generally takes five semesters of full-time study to complete (12-15 credits per semester). With additional culinary electives, students may focus their studies in culinary/bakery, management or hospitality. Through a study abroad agreement, students have the option of studying abroad for one semester at the prestigious Italian Culinary Institute of Florence (APICIUS). 

Please contact the UAA Education Abroad Coordinator before starting an application for FUA/APICIUS.

Careers Available

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Study Abroad

Contact UAA Education Abroad Coordinator before starting an application for FUA/APICIUS.

Study Abroad Information 

Study Abroad Application

BootCamp

The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Administration Division will host the Culinary and Bakery Boot Camps for 11 to 17 years of age this Summer 2019. Each camp runs 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, at the Lucy Cuddy Hall on the main UAA campus. For more information, contact the Culinary Department at 907.786.1487.

 

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