The Culinary Arts Institute at MUW – Columbus, MS
Students have the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science degree, become a culinary specialist, and enhance their career options with a minor in the following emphasis areas: entrepreneurship/small business development, food journalism, food art (food styling and photography), Culinology, and nutrition wellness.
- The Culinary Arts Institute at MUW provides culinary training using classic cooking techniques in small quantity food preparation.
- U.S. News & World Report’s 2011 guide, “America’s Best Colleges,” placed MUW in the top tier of Best Regional Universities and as the highest ranked public school from Mississippi in the Southern category.
- MUW’s quality of education has consistently been reflected in other national rankings, including being named No. 8 of the top 50 best values for public colleges and universities by Consumers Digest magazine and 54 of the 100 best values in public colleges across America by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.
- The Culinary Arts Institute is housed in renovated Shattuck Hall, one of the 23 campus buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Residents of the following states get to pay in-state tuition for the Culinary Arts program because of the Academic Common Market: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.