Bachelor of Culinary Arts

Bachelor of Culinary Arts

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Course information

Fees may vary, please contact us for more information
Course length
10 months full time or 18-20 months part time
NZQA Level 7
Prior experience
7 - 10 Years of professional practice experience
Start dates
Monthly intakes
Distance learning
Full time 20 hours of study per week; part time 10 hours of study per week

Are you an experienced leader in the food industry?

This degree will endorse and extend your knowledge and skills in your area of food industry expertise.

As a graduate, you’ll demonstrate and deepen your understanding of creative design techniques, technical skills and the innovative business practices you need to become a market leader in this ever-evolving industry.

The Capable NZ difference

The Capable NZ process centres you and your own career – you’ll reflect on where you’ve come from, where you are now, and where you want to go.

You will:

  • identify early experiences and influences that have shaped you, and how these relate to your working life
  • analyse your work and life experiences and skills, and evaluate your strengths and capabilities
  • identify, access and research relevant practice theories, models, tools, frameworks, and reflect on how these might inform and influence your work
  • complete in-depth case studies that critically explore and analyse key learning experiences from your work or community life, and align these with academic research
  • undertake learning to fill any gaps in your knowledge or experience.

One key point of difference with Capable NZ study is that you complete in-depth case studies to critically analyse learning experiences from your career or community life and consider how these meet the requirements of your chosen qualification.

“I loved that I could get a degree without having to put my life on hold for three years.”

Alistair Bolland
Bachelor of Culinary Arts