Johnson And Wales University Courses
The programs below are not offered at all campuses. To see where a specific program of study is offered, please visit this section of Johnson & Wales University (JWU) website.
College of Business:
- Advertising & Marketing Communications
- Business Administration
- Criminal Justice
- Fashion Merchandising & Retail Marketing
- International Business
- Risk Management
The Hospitality College:
- Hotel & Lodging Management
- International Hotel & Tourism Management
- Restaurant, Food & Beverage Management
- Sports/ Entertainment/ Event Management
- Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Management
School of Technology:
- Electronics Engineering
- Engineering Design & Configuration Management
- Graphic Design and Digital Media
- Network Engineering
- Robotic Engineering Technology
- Software Engineering
College of Culinary Arts:
- Baking & Pastry Arts (Food Service Management, Nutrition, Entrepreneurship)
- Culinary Arts (Food Service Management, Nutrition, Entrepreneurship)
MBA (Graduate) Degree Programs: (Offered only at the Providence Campus)
MBA with a concentration in either:
Johnson & Wales University (JWU) has a liberal credit transfer policy. JWU works on specific credit transfer questions with only accepted students, to ensure that the student is actually admissible to the university. Once a student has been accepted, JWU International Credentials Evaluator will automatically work with one-on-one students to evaluate course credit to transfer. In order for JWU credit transfer evaluator to automatically work on a credit transfer analysis, Johnson & Wales University must have received students previous institutions transcript along with course descriptions that relate to the courses listed in the previous institutions’ transcript. If the transcripts and the course descriptions are in another language, they must be officially translated into English, and JWU will still need/require the originals or certified copies in the original language as well. All of these documents must be received before JWU International Credentials Evaluator can automatically begin the credit transfer analysis.
International Baccalaureate (IB) and/or GCE A Level
Johnson & Wales University recognizes the International Baccalaureate Diploma and Cambridge A Level. JWU will award 4.5 – 9.0 quarter credits for standard and higher-level exams on IB with a score of 4 or better as applicable or C and higher on individual A Level subjects for the intended JWU major Students must submit an official I.B.O. examination transcript from the International Baccalaureate Organization or official A Level results from Cambridge.
The English Language Institute, which is offered to students at the Providence and Miami Campuses, provides international students with an opportunity to learn English as a Second Language at JWU. While the TOEFL is not necessary to enter this program, students should have a high school diploma or its equivalent. At Johnson & Wales University Denver and Charlotte campuses, JWU also offers English as a Second Language programs through their Language Centers (www.els.com). To enter the ELS programs at those campuses, it is necessary to apply for regular JWU admission and the ELS center (for the English course) at the same time. The English as a Second Language programs allow students to concentrate in the areas where they need to improve. Once students become proficient in English, they can begin taking regular courses to obtain a degree.