Do you have a passion for cooking? Want to keep developing that passion? Does the idea of blazing trails in the culinary field excite you?
If you answered “yes” to those questions, then KSU is where you need to be!
Not only will our new degree in Culinary Sustainability and Hospitality get you ready to cook, it’ll prepare you to be a leader in the culinary and hospitality fields. You’ll learn concepts such as sourcing local foods, establishing water/energy/food conservation programs, applying resource management strategies and much more!
Michael A. Leven, the current CEO of the Georgia Aquarium, a titan in the hospitality industry, and the man for whom KSU’s School of Culinary Sustainability and Hospitality is named, feels strongly about what this degree will offer our students. He remarked, “…the [opportunity] for young people in the tourism and hospitality and food industry is enormous. And I like the idea that they are integrated with the other [subjects] where they can learn humanities, and science and technology. I think we’ll put out some great graduates, and the industry will want to have them.”
Stated by a man with over 50 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, those words are as reliable as they come.
Lastly, if you compare the cost of studying at many of the traditional culinary schools with that of KSU, you’ll find us to be one of the most affordable options out there.
What’s not to like? Get cooking (and leading!) at KSU!
P.S. – You won’t want to miss our next and final post of this series. It should prove to be the most “far-reaching” thing you need to know about KSU!