A degree in culinary arts is the key to a thriving career in an industry that only continues to grow. The food and restaurant industry is among the most stable that exist: there are 1.3 million expected jobs to be added in the culinary field over the next 10 years. In addition, the overall economic impact of the restaurant industry is estimated at $1.8 trillion. *
Pursuing your passion for culinary arts at Kendall College provides a unique professional advantage with the renowned expertise of our faculty. Learn from some of the most respected culinary minds today, including esteemed restaurant owners, certified master bakers, and influential published authors that will enrich your experience and help open doors of opportunity for you beyond the classroom.
Your Culinary Arts degree from Kendall College will help give you a distinct competitive edge in the workplace when you start seeking career opportunities upon graduation. 92% of Culinary Arts School graduates who sought employment within their fields of study reported employment within 6 months of graduation.**
In each of our degree programs, you will be able to learn how to:
Integrate theoretical knowledge into real-world kitchen environments
Identify culinary business opportunities and make conscious decisions
Assess and implement modern trends on the international culinary arts scene
Act effectively as a culinary team leader
Implement quality standards for food preparation, sanitation, and safety
Develop crucial skills through repetition and allotted practice time
Additionally, associate degree and diploma holders have a variety of options to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree at Kendall, including our Bachelor’s in Business with a concentration in Culinary Entrepreneurship – an ideal bachelor’s degree option for those who want to own or run their own business someday.
NLU TRANSITION - Kendall and National Louis University have announced the transfer of Kendall's current programs to NLU, subject to regulatory approvals, expected to be determined later in 2018. Statement