Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts


The Essentials:

  • Students participate in hands-on skill development in classes with a small student to instructor ratio
  • Highly credentialed and experienced faculty
  • A well-maintained kitchen with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Students in the degree program automatically qualify for the first level of ACF (American Culinary Federation) certification
  • Excellent job placement rate
  • Degree and Diploma programs are accredited by the American Culinary Federation

Programs Offered

Associate Degree


Technical Certificates of Credit

Advisement Information

Academic Advisement – Culinary Arts Team

Faculty Advisors

Hillary Gallagher,, 204 (Mtn. View Campus)

Gary Slivenik,, 203 (Mtn. View Campus)

Paul Bodrogi,, 204 (Mtn. View Campus)

Academic Advisors

Judy Roberts,, Mtn. View Campus
Arlene Collins,, Marietta Campus

Culinary Arts Program eMAP

Degree eMap

Employment Information

What can I do with my Culinary Arts major?

Click HERE to find jobs in the Culinary Arts field.

Gainful Employment Report

Culinary Arts Gainful Employment Report

Salary Information

Bureau of Labor Statistics