Now accepting culinary artists

Start in May or September 2022

Download the Culinary Arts Career Guide for an overview of culinary career opportunities, salary potentials, a sample 14-year career journey, and an in-depth look at our culinary arts curriculum.

Ready to learn what it takes to become a culinary artist? Nossi hosts 16-person classes for a hands-on and engaging classroom.

Tour our kitchen, meet our teachers, and see why so many restaurant and hospitality groups in Nashville are working with Nossi College!

Nossi Advisory Board

Nossi's Culinary Arts degree is mentored by Nashville's hospitality industry and taught by creative professionals with real-world experience.

Nossi College of Art, Culinary Arts Advisory Board

Our team helps you find your perfect fit in Nashville's culinary, hospitality, and catering industries.

Creative areas of focus in our Culinary Arts Associate Degree:

  • Kitchen Leadership
  • International Cuisine
  • Pastry Science
  • Developing a Business Plan
  • Restaurant Operations
  • Catering Management
  • Plus, a Culinary Arts Internship is Part of Our Curriculum!

Scholarships and Transfer credits

Looking for Scholarship Information?
Need Financial Aid Assistance?
Have Transfer Credits?
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Let's Talk About Your Options.


At Nossi College of Art, the health and safety of our students and faculty is our top priority, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. We continue to stay mindful of the current times, but we are not stopping our creativity and it shouldn't slow you down either.

Learn how to become a culinary art student with the support of Nossi College of Art.

We’re taking precautions on the campus to keep everyone safe, including wearing face masks, promoting handwashing, routine cleaning, social distancing, and more. Face masks are required in common areas and are optional in class because we actively social distance. Class sizes have been reduced since early 2020. We also encourage students to be fully vaccinated.  

These are just a few of the major precautions we’re taking to make our campus as safe as possible. Learn more about our response to COVID-19.

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