The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)—the world’s leading not-for-profit food college—is broadening its commitment to education and food industry leadership with the launch of The Food Business School, its new center for executive and graduate education.
It sustains our bodies, defines our cultures, feeds our senses. Food touches virtually every aspect of human society: from individual habits to national policy, local to global ecosystems, economies to education. But our food system is imperiled, and with it our survival. It's a multigenerational challenge that demands a different breed of leader. Could that be you?
Top practitioners from the worlds of business, tech and design join forces with faculty from the nation’s top business schools to help you develop the skills, mindset and network you need to transform your ideas into successful businesses. Their collective wisdom, gleaned from failures as much as success, drives your development.
At FBS, we make business. We dream big and delve deep. We marry acumen to artistry, take theory to the field, and regard play as a serious way to learn. Online, in person, through individual and collaborative work, you experiment, debate, ideate, prototype, iterate, reflect, create and critique every aspect of food systems, business and leadership.