Culinary is a Business—and an Art

You know there is more to a great restaurant than just the food. Culinary is an experience—a combination of business and artistry. In the online Culinary Management Bachelor of Arts Degree Program, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about foods from around the world as you explore both the ‘front and back of the house’ in the restaurant business.*

Our immersive culinary program, with a focus on leadership skills, is offered in a convenient online format. This allows for interaction and brainstorming with your classmates and fellow culinary artists. Our professional instructors** bring their experience to our online classroom, and use virtual tools to teach you financial and operations management, menu management, HR, planning, and marketing. 

When you complete the program, you may pursue employment in jobs including kitchen chef, banquet director, food and beverage manager, and kitchen supervisor. What are you waiting for? Start your education today, to prepare for a more flavorful, entrepreneurial tomorrow.

What Will I Study?

Our curriculum is designed to help develop the tools and skills to pursue employment in the industry. Students will be mentored by faculty – many of whom are working or have worked in the industry and obtain invaluable guidance to create a standout portfolio.

communication

Learn how effective communication provides the foundation to develop managerial and leadership skill sets.

Communication

training

Gain culinary training that develops your craft while expanding your knowledge base.

Training

leadership

Study leadership and management skills that may assist you in directing small or large teams in a kitchen or restaurant setting.

Leadership

motivation

Learn culinary management techniques that may help to focus your motivation to be a leader and innovator.

Motivation

management

Learn the skills needed to address financial, employee, human resources, sustainability, and quality management issues in a restaurant setting.

Management

technology-marketing-customer-relations

Gain the marketing and customer relations skills needed to compete in the ever-evolving food industry—from traditional marketing to social media.

Technology, Marketing, and Customer Relations

Length & Cost

Length

length

Timefame: 12 Quarters

Credits

Credits

Quarter Credit Hours: 180

Cost

Cost

Cost per Credit Hour: $535

Upcoming Start Dates

Prospective students may apply for admission at any time. Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis and prospective students are encouraged to apply as early as possible prior to their intended start date. Admitted students may begin their program of study at the start of any quarter (i.e., October, January, April, or July) or mid-quarter (i.e., February, May, August, or November).

Nov

12

Jan

10

Program Requirements

Application Requirements

To apply for this program, you must already have completed a minimum of 48 quarter credits (or 32 semester credits) in core kitchen lab courses from a regionally or nationally accredited institution. If you have questions about the accreditation of a program you attended, please speak to an admissions representative at Miami International University of Art & Design Global Campus. Once the courses have been verified as eligible for transfer, they will be applied to the program.

If you’re ready to apply, please follow these simple steps: Complete an online application form. Then, within 10 days of applying, send us your official high school transcript or high school equivalency certification (or exam, depending on the context) (such as the GED®), and any other college or military transcripts you may have. In the meantime, we’ll work with you to arrange a virtual interview where we can get to know you and your interests in attending college..

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Technical Requirements

To successfully participate in online learning, students must have a computer and stable internet connection. Additional software and hardware differs by program of study. Have questions about whether you’re set up to start online learning? Talk to one of our Admissions Representatives.