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A master’s degree is the second highest degree you can obtain in post-secondary education. The next degree after a bachelor’s degree, a master’s can be a prerequisite to further doctoral study or preparation for a career in education. Increasingly, employers are awarding job candidates who have master’s degrees with higher pay and faster job growth.   What is an MA in… Read more

A master’s degree is the second highest degree you can obtain in post-secondary education. The next degree after a bachelor’s degree, a master’s can be a prerequisite to further doctoral study or preparation for a career in education. Increasingly, employers are awarding job candidates who have master’s degrees with higher pay and faster job growth.  

What is an MA in Food and Beverage Studies? This degree is evidence of advanced study and specialization in all aspects of food and beverage preparation, service and related management. Students learn practical skills, such as techniques required for food and beverage production and hands-on service skills. Through coursework in food service marketing, students learn menu design, restaurant layout and industry standards to assist in the day-to-day operation of food and beverage-oriented facilities. Finally, communication courses help students polish valuable interpersonal skills for use in a food and beverage environment.

When it comes to benefits for those just entering the workforce, a master’s degree on your resume can be a powerful draw to a hiring manager. For those already in the workforce, obtaining this degree can lead to increased pay.

The cost to earn an MA in Food and Beverage Studies can vary widely, depending on everything from whether you attend a public or private school, whether you study online and more. Call your prospective school to get details.

Students armed with an MA in Food and Beverage Studies are often qualified for some of the most exciting and rapidly growing positions in the foodservice industry. Jobs as managers in food service establishments, restaurant host spots or executive chef positions are just some of the options that may be available. Still, other students may pair the degree with a business specialization to pursue a career in restaurant ownership.

There are plenty of options when looking to obtain an MA in Food and Beverage Studies. To get started toward your degree, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland
Port-Valais, Switzerland

Geared towards career changers, food and beverage entrepreneurs, and culinary enthusiasts, through this program you will acquire relevant managerial skills, develop your own f ... +

Geared towards career changers, food and beverage entrepreneurs, and culinary enthusiasts, through this program you will acquire relevant managerial skills, develop your own food concepts, create recipe books, and develop a business plan. -
MA
Full-time
English
Campus
 
The American University of Rome

The AUR Master of Arts in Food Studies examines the connections between the production, distribution, and consumption of food, focusing on sustainability criteria.

The AUR Master of Arts in Food Studies examines the connections between the production, distribution, and consumption of food, focusing on sustainability criteria. -
MA
Full-time
English
Campus