Culinary Arts and Personal Services

The fields of culinary arts and personal services include preparing food and providing beauty services. Read on to learn more about academic paths and career options in these fields.

Inside Culinary Arts and Personal Services

Culinary arts and personal services is a diverse field that can lead to a wide variety of career opportunities, depending on the field you choose to study and the level of study you attain. Most careers in the industry require that you gain professional experience prior to graduation. Some careers require that you earn licensure. Study.com has all the resources you need to learn about your occupational goals, what to expect and the training requirements.

Education Information

Aspiring chefs and other culinary professionals may earn associate, bachelor's or master's degrees in general culinary arts, or they can earn degrees targeted towards pastry arts or cake decorating. Those interested in this field can learn to prepare hot and cold meals, desserts, cakes and methods for presenting them in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

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