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That five-star restaurant does not run itself, and your favorite delectable dishes take time, effort, and creativity to conjure. The Culinary & Hospitality industries are growing and changing; disruptors like food delivery services and Airbnb create new opportunities and career pathways every year. Massasoit enables students to enter any food service operation upon graduating and emphasizes the latest technical skills in food design and preparation. The Hospitality Management degree covers marketing, tourism, law, and event planning.

The Culinary & Hospitality Pathway offers versatility and a well-rounded curriculum taught by experienced faculty. Culinary Arts students are required to have a minimum of 240 hours of field work to gain practical knowledge necessary to supplement the program. Graduates leave Massasoit with unmatched professionalism and confidence to understand and maintain the highest standards needed for working in the food service and hospitality industries.