Real-world education doesn’t get any more real than M State’s Culinary Arts program, where students put their learning to work daily as they create the menus and prepare the breads, salads, soups, sandwiches, entrees and desserts served in the Moorhead campus cafeteria.
If you have a passion for cooking and a willingness to learn, M State's Culinary Arts diploma program offers an excellent and unique foundation for your career in the food service industry. Our 31-credit program provides the practical hands-on training and traditional academic culinary courses that prepare you for success.
M State is making available 15 $500 scholarships for students who enroll in the Culinary Arts program for the Fall 2018 Semester.
Students must apply and be accepted to M State and register for fall semester classes by July 15 to be eligible. For more information, contact our Support Center at 877.450.3322 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundamentals of Culinary Arts Diploma
Nov. 16, 2016
The Moorhead campus cafeteria was the scene of "food truck wars" when about two dozen Culinary Arts students divided into three teams and competed for the honor of best buffet. The students - all enrolled in the program's buffet lab - chose their own food theme, decorated their "trucks" and prepared the food. For the standard cafeteria buffet cost of $6.99, diners got a generous sampling at the Dawg House with house-made jumbo hot dogs, a sushi-themed spread (No More Mr. Rice Guy) and the Rollin' on the River Food Truck, which rolled to victory as the diners' favorite with Cajun-style shrimp and grits fritters.
Last modified: December 9th, 2016 at 09:48am