At JWU you can receive two culinary degrees in four years — an Associate in Science (AS) degree after the first two and a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree after the second two. Associate DegreeBaking & Pastry ArtsCulinary Arts
Bachelor of Science DegreeBaking & Pastry and Food Service ManagementCulinary Arts and Food Service Management
Within the traditional bachelor's degree, JWU also offers concentrations in Baking & Pastry Arts, Beverage Service Management, Contemporary Pastry Arts, Culinary Capstone and Wellness and Sustainability.
Accelerated and Continuing Education ProgramsJWU also offers a variety of accelerated as well as continuing education and adult learning programs in culinary arts. If you're interested in becoming a certified beverage professional then check out our beverage certification programs, offered through the internationally-recognized Wine & Spirits Education Trust.
Elizabeth Falkner, executive chef and co-owner of Citizen Cake, Citizen Cupcake and Orson in San Francisco brought her flair for inventive cuisine and dynamic plate presentations to the North Miami Campus. read more