Culinary Arts is the art and practice of preparing and cooking foods as well as the science and nutrition of those creations. People working in the food industry can be chefs, cooks, restaurant managers, food stylists, food critics, as well as work in sales or research and development. Employers can range from high-end restaurants to cafes to nursing homes to product companies (i.e. Stonewall Kitchen).
Chefs must usually stand for long periods of time and work under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Work schedules vary and can include early mornings, late evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Common entry level positions are in basic professional cooking and baking as well as front of the house and supervisory responsibilities.
Bachelor degree options in Maine
The listings below are only suggestions and are subject to change. It is always best to check directly with the college for the most current information. [last update: Dec 13]
Business Administration *articulation agreement info
Hospitality & Tourism Management (Bangor only) *articulation agreement info
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Business Administration (campus or online)
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Business Administration (campus or online)
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Business: Small Business Management (campus, hybrid)
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Entrepreneurship/Small Business
Hospitality Management
Hotel & Restaurant Management
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Business Administration: Small Business (campus or online)
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Business & Entrepreneurial Studies
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Business Administration
Food Science & Human Nutrition
Sustainable Agriculture
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Business Administration
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General Management: Entrepreneurship & Small Business
Tourism & Hospitality
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