- It’s winning more culinary arts medals than any United States college
- It’s preparing meals alongside renowned private chefs
- It’s meeting and setting high standards in hotel guest services
- It’s improving customer service and hospitality brand reputations
Just minutes away from New York City, the dining and entertainment capital of the world, Monroe College offers students a Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts education that rivals Johnson & Wales University and the Cordon Bleu School. Let the Monroe College Bachelor’s Degree Program prepare you for an exciting, five star career.
The Monroe College School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts is one of the largest programs of its kind in the United States. It is also one of the most selective. Our faculty of experienced chefs, executive pastry chefs, and hospitality managers understands that success in service industries requires pride, passion, and professionalism. Students who clearly exhibit a commitment to these values will not only be welcomed into the program, they will get started on a path toward career success.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts from Monroe College enables students to pursue executive level positions in either industry. Students enrolled in the Hospitality Management track must complete 120 credits in order to graduate. Program courses include Hospitality Law, Sales and Marketing for Hotels and Restaurants, and a Hospitality Capstone real-world internship. Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program are required to fulfill 120 credits. Courses include Culinary Arts I, II, and Food and Beverage Management.
For more information on the Monroe College Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts Program, please call: 1-(800)-55-MONROE.