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Enroll Now in the CIA’s New Associate Degree Program

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Following the Grand Opening of The Culinary Institute of America’s third campus in San Antonio last October, the CIA is soon to begin its premier associate degree program in culinary arts. Classes at the facility at the Pearl Brewery begin on Aug. 22.

CIA students gather at the opening ceremony at the CIA last year. The new associate degree program starts Aug. 22.

The CIA’s associate degree in culinary arts in San Antonio is based on the proven curriculum provided at the college’s main campus in Hyde Park, NY.

Designed to prepare students for a successful career in the dynamic food service and hospitality industry, a CIA education provides its graduates with a command of both classic and contemporary culinary methods and professional practices.

Recognizing the need for culinary leaders, and to specifically aid Texas residents who wish to attend the CIA San Antonio, a special scholarship has been established—the El Sueño Scholarship.

For more information on the program, enrolling, financial aid and all that the CIA offers, you may attend one of a series of informational sessions going on this month.

The schedule for these sessions and more information on all the ways you can benefit from a prestigious culinary education can be found by linking here.

You may also visit the CIA on Facebook by clicking here.

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3 Responses to “Enroll Now in the CIA’s New Associate Degree Program”

  1. shanon says:

    I’m interested in the school how long does it take to get degree and a estimate the entire cost of the schooling.

    • John Griffin says:

      You should contact the school at 210-554-6400 for the full details. The last I heard, the cost was $16,000 for the 30-week certificate program, though prices could be higher. The associate’s degree would be twice as long.