New York Campus
The CIA’s main campus in Hyde Park, NY, overlooks the Hudson River and provides a highly creative and dynamic setting for top culinary professionals. Our students, instructors, and staff all have a strong interest in eating. We’re also just a short drive from New York City, which is home to some of the world’s most renowned restaurants, theatres, hotels, chefs, and other culinary and hospitality establishments. Condé Nast Traveler just named our campus one of “America’s 50 Most Beautiful College Campuses.”
- Bachelor’s degrees in applied food studies, culinary science, food business management, hospitality management, and food business leadership .
- Associate degrees in baking and pastry arts or culinary arts. Our 150+ faculty members include top chefs, food executive, restaurant owners, master sommeliers, and more.
At the center of our 170-acre campus is Roth Hall, an early 20th-century brick structure that was once a Jesuit seminary.
- The Conrad N. Hilton Library
- Colavita Center for Italian Food and Wine
- The Marriott Pavilion (featuring the 800-seat Ecolab Auditorium)
- General Foods Nutrition Center
- Also on campus is the Student Commons, which offers fitness facilities as well as dining options
- The Egg, a popular hangout that includes a student-run craft beer brewery and restaurant
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Napa Valley is not to be missed, whether you’re a student interested in a culinary or baking and pastry career, a home cook, a food and wine aficionado, or an entrepreneur trying to establish a new food business. Discover a cuisine and wine lover’s heaven at the CIA at Greystone (St. Helena) and The CIA at Copia (downtown Napa).
An Engaging Environment for learning, Our faculty members include top chefs, food executives, restaurant owners, master sommeliers, and more.
- Associate degrees in culinary arts or baking and pastry arts
- Customized programs for leaders and professionals in the food industry.
- Dine at The Grove at Copia.
- Stop by the Lunch Box at Copia where you can pick up quick-service lunch specialties to-go.
- Shop at the Marketplace at Copia for fine food and home gifts.
- Take a Hands-on cooking or baking class in our state-of-the-art kitchen.
- Participate in an interactive food or wine demonstration.
- Discover The Food Business School, our center for executive education, and the new home of our Accelerated Culinary Arts Certificate Program.
The CIA Texas campus in San Antonio is home to a vibrant and diverse community of foodies with a particular passion for Latin cuisine. We welcome students interested in pursuing a career in culinary or baking and pastry arts, as well as entrepreneurs hoping to start new food businesses or homegrown cooks looking to improve their skills for friends and family.
At CIA’s San Antonio campus, we offer:
- Associate degrees in baking and pastry arts or culinary arts.
- Specialized programs for leaders and professionals in the food industry.
- Programs for food and wine lovers, which range from two-hour demos to all-day cooking classes to multi-day boot campus.
- Our faculty members include top chefs, food executive, restaurant owners, master sommeliers, and more.
Located on the San Antonio Riverwalk and set among the restored 19th-century buildings of the former Pearl Brewery, the CIA’s 30,000-square-foot main building features
- A one-of-a-kind Latin kitchen with both indoor and outdoor cooking stations
- Five additional teaching kitchens
- A professional bakeshop
- Demonstration theaters
- A computer lab
- The Learning Strategies Center/Library Learning Commons