What will I learn?

Stand out in the ever-changing hospitality industry with the CIA’s Bachelor of Science (BS) in Hospitality Management degree offered at our New York campus—we’re redefining hospitality education.

Hospitality is one of the world’s largest and most exciting industries—reaching virtually everyone in the world—from local restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to exotic travel destinations, casinos, and theme parks. Customer needs are constantly evolving—due to travel trends and societal shifts, but food and hospitality is always a central part of our culture and economy.

At the core of any hospitality organization is its food and beverage operations. Advanced knowledge of this critical aspect of the business is essential to commanding the respect of the kitchen and leading the organization—whether you do it from the vantage point of the kitchen or front-of-house, hotel room operations, marketing and finance, or as a general manager.

And nobody does F&B business education like the CIA. This Hospitality Management bachelor’s degree will give you the confidence and a distinct advantage in the kitchen—with more food and beverage credit hours than any other hospitality program—without requiring a full chef-focused education.

Additional Highlights:

Set yourself apart with 30 credit hours of hands-on food and beverage instruction—10 times more than most other hospitality programs!
Master the complexities of food and beverage operations as they relate to hospitality—matching guest expectations and producing top-tier experiences.
Sharpen your skills in finance, marketing, staff management, facilities operations, and the latest culinary technology.
Network with top hospitality management executives—in the United States and abroad—thanks to the CIA’s unparalleled global connections.

Open the Door to a Great Hospitality Career

Interested in becoming a hospitality leader of tomorrow? Hospitality is one of the world’s most exciting and dynamic professions—and it’s ready for new leaders and fresh ideas! With the CIA’s revolutionary new Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management degree, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in exciting areas of hospitality management, such as:

Management operations
Hotel management
Restaurant management
Food and beverage management
Event planning
Conference coordinator

The 123-credit Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management program includes:

18 hospitality management credits
30 food and beverage core credits
15 business core credits, and
60 general education credits

Which department am I in?

Culinary Institute of America - New York Campus

Study options

Full Time (123 credit hours)

Tuition fees
$32,000.00 (23,79,814) per year
USD $16,000 - Full-time tuition is per semester, with each semester ranging from 12–18 credits

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

Expected January, April 2022

Venue

Culinary Institute of America - New York Campus

New York Campus,

1946 Campus Drive,

HYDE PARK,

New York,

12538, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students must have high school diploma or an equivalency diploma to enroll at the CIA.

For international students

A high school diploma or GED credential.

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - minimum score of 80 points with at least 20 points in each band.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) - minimum score of 6.0

Pearson Language Test (PTE) - minimum score of 53

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) - minimum score of 180, with at least 175 points in each section

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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About Culinary Institute of America

Being a CIA graduate puts individuals in a special league — there’s prestige attached to a CIA degree that cannot be got anywhere else.

  • World-leading, food-focused degree programs
  • Three US campuses, one in New York
  • Hands-on experience in our kitchens and top restaurants
  • Paid internship at one of 2000+ world-class organizations