Kendall’s employer-based ranking as the number one institution for preparing students for jobs in the culinary arts and hospitality industries make it an ideal place to pursue a bachelor’s degree that is tailored to your career goals.
Associate degree or diploma holders in culinary arts or baking and pastry from an accredited institution have a great opportunity to earn your bachelor’s degree from Kendall in as few as two years.* Associate degree holders from accredited institutions may smoothly transfer their entire degree into the back half of a bachelor’s degree in business, hospitality management or culinary arts.
In particular, Kendall’s Bachelor’s in Business with a concentration in Culinary Entrepreneurship is specifically designed for those who want to own or run their own small business.
Choose from relevant concentrations including Culinary Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Business Development and Business Strategy. Most bachelor’s degree concentrations can be completed fully online so that they fit within your busy life.
Designed for students who want to pursue a career in the hospitality industry. Customize your degree with one of our relevant concentrations that include Hotel/Lodging Management, Beverage Management and Restaurant/Food and Beverage Management – all designed to help you manage both strategic and operational initiatives.
Designed for those looking to pursue a cooking-based career such as executive chef or head chef in a food-related establishment. In addition to advanced culinary skills, you can acquire the other skills you need to perform tasks like budgeting and food costs, menu making for those with dietary restrictions and personnel training and relations.