Earn a College Degree without Postponing Culinary School
What Does This Mean for You?While you’re chasing your culinary dreams, you’ll have the chance to use some of those International Culinary Center credits toward a college degree. Home to the famous Parsons design school, The New School is recruiting International Culinary Center graduates (or soon-to-be graduates) with a GPA of 3.0 (equivalent to an 85% cumulative average) or higher to earn a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from The New School for Public Engagement. And the best part? You can schedule classes around your hectic schedule: You can choose to be a full-time or part-time student, or you can take online courses, making it even easier to complete 120 credits and receive your bachelor’s degree.
Students at The New School for Public Engagement work with a faculty advisor to design a degree that meets their individual goals. The types of coursework students can take is enormously broad ranging from humanities and science to food studies and creative writing. Additionally, students may be able to take courses through other divisions of the university such as Eugene Lang College or Parsons.
Whether a college degree is something you’ve always dreamed of or a stepping stone on a path to even greater achievement, now you can do what you love and get the academic preparation that will take you and your career to the next level.
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Programs Eligible for CreditThe following courses are eligible to earn 22 credits, except where noted:
- Professional Culinary Arts, New York and California
- Professional Culinary Arts with Farm-to-Table Intensive, New York
- Italian Culinary Experience, New York
- Professional Pastry Arts, New York and California
- Art of International Bread Baking - 9 credits, New York
- Intensive Sommelier Training - 7 credits, New York and California
- Restaurant Management - 3 credits, New York