Co-Lin, MUW partner in Two Plus Two Culinary Arts Program

WESSON, Miss. – Copiah-Lincoln Community College and Mississippi University for Women announced a new partnership that will allow culinary arts students to receive a bachelor’s degree from The W.  The enhanced Two Plus Two program will provide a seamless transition for Co-Lin associate degree graduates in culinary arts technology to finish their four-year degree at The W.

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ECCC, MUW Announce Partnership in Culinary Arts

Drs. Borsig and StewartDECATUR – Students enrolled in East Central Community College's Culinary Arts Technology Program can look forward to a "seamless" transition in continuing their studies toward a bachelor's degree at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, thanks to a partnership announced today (Feb. 3) between the two colleges.

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MGCCC and MUW partner to offer four-year culinary arts degree on the Coast

Drs. Borsig and GrahamBILOXI, Miss. - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Mississippi University for Women announced a new partnership today that will allow culinary arts students to receive a bachelor’s degree on the Coast. The enhanced Two Plus Two program will provide a seamless transition for MGCCC associate degree graduates in culinary arts to finish their four-year degree through The W.

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The W, EMCC announce joint program in culinary arts

Culinary Arts InstituteCOLUMBUS, Miss.—A new partnership announced today [Nov. 15] will allow students completing their associate of applied science degree in hotel and restaurant management technology at East Mississippi Community College to seamlessly continue their bachelor’s studies in Mississippi University for Women’s culinary arts program.

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