Combine Business and Culinary Expertise To Maximize Your Opportunities
Students and alumni have the opportunity to receive a tuition discount when starting a second program or course.
Earning Two Diplomas at the 51²è¹Ý
A strong foundation of professional techniques is invaluable to career growth in the culinary industry. However, a long-term career often means continued education to further refine skills and expand knowledge. It's for this reason that ICE offers a variety of options for students looking to round out their education by earning two diplomas or enrolling in a continuing education course. Whether looking to gain exposure to the management aspect of running a kitchen, opening a food or hospitality business, or honing a specific skill such as bread baking, cake decorating or sommelier training, students and alumni have the opportunity to receive a tuition discount when starting in a second program or course.
An array of schedule options means you can gain efficiency by taking two classes at once, or return as an alumni upon realizing you have a specific professional development need. We're committed to helping our students and alumni thrive throughout their career.
Qualifying for ICE's Dual Diploma Discount
Current students and alumni enrolling in a second career program or continuing education course will receive a discount on the tuition of the second enrollment. Contact your Admissions Representative for more details.
This dual diploma discount is available for select programs and courses at ICEâ€™s New York and Los Angeles campuses. Students interested in earning an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts, Plant-Based Culinary Arts or Pastry & Baking Arts can do so at our LA campus with a curriculum that includes culinary arts, culinary management and general education classes.
Eligible Programs and Courses
Continuing Education Courses
Career diploma program students enrolling in a continuing education course will receive a discount worth up to $4,000. This same discount applies to career diploma alumni returning for one of our continuing education courses.