||MUW expands culinary arts program
WESSON, Miss. (WtVA) — A new partnership between Copiah-Lincoln CC and MUW will assist students with gaining a bachelor's degree in culinary arts.
The presidents of both institutions signed a memorandum of understanding to provide a seamless transition for Co-Lin associate degree graduates.
The two-year degree program is offered at the schools campuses in Wesson and Natchez.
Co-Lin students will have the change to earn scholarships to continue their education at MUW and Co-Lin instructors will get opportunities for professional development.
School officials say it will enhance their program and help with marketing and recruiting students.
Established in 1996, The MUW Culinary Arts Institute offers one of the nation’s first four-year baccalaureate degree programs in culinary arts.
It is a premier national program that includes concentrations in food journalism, food art, entrepreneurship, nutrition and wellness, and Culinology.