Programs & Courses
MCI blends business and culinary art and science
Built on a thirty-five year tradition of excellence, the Midwest Culinary Institute offers associate’s degree and certificate programs in culinary and hospitality management education, as well as education for the baccalaureate degree, professional development opportunities for the culinary community, and Creations community classes for food enthusiasts.
MCI degree offerings
As part of the Business Technologies division of Cincinnati State, the Midwest Culinary Institute offers associate’s degree programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, and Hospitality Management, all of which include required business core and professional management courses certified by the National Restaurant Association and the American Culinary Federation. All MCI associate’s degree programs require cooperative education experience, which enables students to learn and earn while working with seasoned professionals. Graduates earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.
What are you interested in?
Whether your interests are in the culinary, dietetic, or hospitality management fields, MCI may be the right learning place for you. Maybe you’re just beginning college, or getting back to pursuing your degree. Are you updating your skills or interested in earning a certificate in a specialized area of the culinary arts? As a “later learner,” you might be ready for the culinary career you’ve always dreamed about, or you may want to explore your possibilities. If so, check out our programs and courses.
MCI program and course listings
A list of culinary degrees and certificates is on the Cincinnati State website.
To find out more about attending Midwest Culinary Institute as a degree or non-degree seeking student, attend a special MCI Get There information session. It’s free—and informative. Register now.
To apply online, get started now. You’ll instantly be closer to achieving your culinary, dietetic, or hospitality management goals.
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