Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts
Smiling Chef

NWACC Culinary Arts and Hospitality Program offers a great variety of certificate and degree options in a small and student friendly environment. Through small class sizes, NWACC provides individualized attention to students, for great learning outcomes in a dynamic and fun environment. NWACC is dedicated to providing a high quality, student centered, and career focused education. Students can choose between the fine arts of culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, and hospitality and restaurant management.

 
The Culinary and Hospitality program at NWACC offers a wide range of varied and exciting internship opportunities at many of the area’s best food and lodging establishments. So whether you are ready to start on your new career, want to improve and update your current skills or just want to learn more about the world of hospitality, NWACC has what you need.
 
NWACC offers instruction from highly trained and experienced hospitality and culinary professionals. All of our instructors come to us with years of professional experience and are constantly updating their skills to provide the most up to date instruction possible.
 
  • Small class sizes and low student-to-teacher ratios.
  • Highly credentialed instructors with real-world experience.
  • Courses are delivered to suit your schedule and situation – online, in-person, day, evening, and even weekend classes are available!
  • You can significantly reduce the cost of your higher education by utilizing a transfer degree from NWACC.
  • We develop a curriculum focused on real-world business challenges.

 

Format and Locations

 

Courses offered within the Culinary Arts and Hospitality program are available in-person at the Center for Nonprofits in Rogers. Courses are also available online, providing you the convenience of learning when and where you want.

Skill based culinary arts classes are offered in our learning kitchens in Rogers, with a low 16:1 student- teacher ratio.

 
 

*delivery options will vary by semester

For more information on the Culinary Arts program, contact Rosemary Kleiner at 479.899.6925 or rkleiner@nwacc.edu