Looking for a culinary or hospitality school? We've selected the top culinary and hospitality programs in Maryland for your review. Find a campus that interests you, and click on the link for more information.
Nicknamed both the "Free State" and the "Old Line State," Maryland is a blend of Southern and Northern influences. While the state is known for being a biotech center, Maryland is also home to a proud culinary tradition. The Chesapeake Bay area is known for its seafood production, and regional cuisine centers around the bounties of the sea, including striped bass, oysters, and blue crab. In addition to fresh seafood, the tourism industry that surrounds Baltimore, and the Chesapeake Bay area provides a lucrative environment for the prospective hospitality management student.
If you're contemplating a career in the culinary arts or hospitality management, you've probably got some questions. How much does culinary school cost? What type of hospitality management degree can I get? Is financial aid or scholarship money available? How about night and weekend classes? For answers to these important questions, simply find a campus you're interested in, and click on the Request School Info & How to Apply button. A representative from the school will get in touch with answers to all of your questions.
- Culinary Programs
- Baking/Pastry Programs
- Hospitality & Management Programs
Baltimore International College - Baltimore
L'Academie de Cuisine - Gaithersburg
Allegheny College of Maryland - Cumberland
Anne Arundel Community College - Arnold
College of Souther Maryland - Multiple locations
Frederick Community College -
Howard Community College - Columbia
Wor-Wick community College - Salisbury