The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College's Culinary Arts education prepares students to launch incredible careers in the hospitality field. Students are immersed in a dynamic and innovative program featuring the techniques of master chefs. They participate in challenging internships. And, since they graduate with a comprehensive academic background and relevant experience, they enter the industry as respected professionals.
Like the industry itself, the Culinary Arts program at Walnut Hill is hands-on. The curriculum is exciting and designed to inspire the creativity of future master chefs. Students start with the basics to build a foundation in the latest culinary techniques. As they move into advanced classes, they discover the world of international cuisine. They learn the creative aspects of the industry including recipe development, menu planning, kitchen and human resource management, wine selection, and dining room service.
One of the many distinctive features of The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College's Culinary Arts program is that students participate in a week-long, tuition-paid gastronomic Tour of France. They explore the charm of French villages and some of the finest dining in Europe. Best of all, they have the opportunity to study with international professionals in the hospitality and culinary field.