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Hospitality Food &Beverage Management

I want to take the lead.

When you try a new restaurant, it’s not just about quenching your appetite. It’s an experience. You soak it all in, from the appetizer to the ambience. And you come away with your own thoughts on how to make it better. There's a place in the food and beverage industry for someone with your passion—and an intense desire to succeed. Today’s employers are looking for people who can bring something new and unexpected to the table. If you’re up for the challenge, our Hospitality Food & Beverage Management degree programs are the place to start. You’ll be surrounded and inspired by other talented, creatively driven students. And you’ll be pushed, challenged, and, above all else, supported by experienced faculty* whose only goal is to help you start a career where you do what you love.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.

Degrees Offered

Bachelor of Science in Food & Beverage Management

Quarter Credit Hours:
12 Quarters

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Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

Quarter Credit Hours:
12 Quarters

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Classroom Experience

If it was easy, anybody could do it.

Consumers know what they want when they go out. And today, they want a culinary experience that includes flavors from around the world, a unique atmosphere, and signature features that differentiate one establishment from another. That’s a lot of pressure. And that’s why our program provides a well-rounded education where you’ll study everything from menu planning to marketing. It starts with the basics, from ingredients to knife and kitchen skills. Then we’ll teach you fundamental cooking techniques like sautéing, roasting, poaching, braising, and frying. We’ll help you build management skills in areas like customer service and training alcohol servers, we well as human resource management, productivity, and cost control. You’ll study recipes, techniques, and wines from around the world.

What Will I Study?

Hospitality Food and Beverage Study Section

I have the talent. I just need the skills.

Our Hospitality Food & Beverage Management curriculum will immerse you in the operation of both the front and the back of the house. You’ll explore both traditional and emerging international flavors and build relevant, marketable skills as you study:

  • Culinary Techniques
  • Classical Techniques
  • Merchandising for Foodservice
  • Hospitality Marketing
  • Catering & Event Management
  • Sales & Public Relations
  • Foodservice Technology & Information
  • Hospitality Industry & Industry Trends
  • Management by Menu
  • Nutrition
  • Purchasing and Controlling Costs
  • Garde Manger
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • World Cuisine
  • A la carte Kitchen
  • Human Resources
  • Strategic Planning and Marketing
  • Wine and Spirits Management

I'm looking for my proving ground.

At The Art Institutes system of schools, creativity is our core, our calling, our culture. Our Hospitality Food & Beverage Management degree programs are built on that creative foundation. It’s also built on our knowledge that a creative career is not for the faint of heart. Because it’s tough out there, it’s tough in here. But our “tough” comes with the support you need to make your creativity marketable. We provide the mentoring and real-world experience you need to prevail, with faculty* who’ve worked in the field and internship possibilities at successful businesses. Here, you’ll be encouraged and expected to be bold. To take risks. To push yourself and the people around you. So if your heart is telling you that you belong in a creative field, you belong here. It’s the hardest thing you’ll ever love.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.


Art Institute of Atlanta alumni Adam Halberg Nobody is going to make it easier or harder for you. Success comes from within. You must push yourself. Adam Halberg
Culinary Arts, The Art Institute of Atlanta, 2000