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Highest Paid in 2019: Culinary Arts Graduates in the Southeast Region

Find the Highest Paid Culinary Arts Grads in the Southeast Region

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Starting out, Culinary Arts graduates earn about $33,016 each year. Enhance your odds of a high salary by choosing a college or university from the rankings below.

Ranked Below are Regional Schools with Culinary Arts Grads who Earn Competitive Salaries

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It's hard to find a better school than Nicholls State University if you wish to pursue Culinary Arts as a major. Located in Thibodaux, Louisiana, this school is a good choice for students who enjoy the excitement of a large city.

About 2.8% of Nicholls State University's campus is from outside Louisiana, so, you'll have lots of opportunities to befriend undergraduates from all over the United States. This institution works with its students to insure they take on as little student debt as possible. The average undergraduate leaves the university with only $21,612 in student loans. Watch some school videos to learn more about what being on campus is like.

Mississippi University for Women is among your top options if you want to study Culinary Arts. Columbus, Mississippi supplies a quaint small-town atmosphere for college students to grow in.

Mississippi University for Women graduates have about $22,120 of student loans on average. Which is lower than the national average of $28,421. Mississippi University for Women does not require first-year students to live on-campus. View a few school videos for more information on what is happening on campus.





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