MONTPELIER VT. —The New England Culinary Institute has added a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts to its existing bachelor’s degree in hospitality and restaurant management program in response to the public’s increased interest in culinary careers. The 39-month program offers students three six-month residency terms, two six-month paid internships, and one nine-month nonresident term that includes another paid internship and online coursework from the student’s chosen ...
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