I'm a baking and pastry major and it's great, their are only a handful of students in my classes and that helps because I can get better hands on approach with the instructor. Which wouldn't really be the case if I was doing culinary arts because there are a lot of students in those classes. The workload is straight forward as all classes follow the same course structure. The instructors lecture for about a hour and then demo's what we are going to learn for that day. The students then executes the orders. The curriculum is straight forward as well. Every class has a homework, forum assignments, mid term, final exam and final projects. There are plenty of job opportunities in my major which are posted on the schools career website. Additionally, employers come visit the school to recruit for different positions. Lastly, there are career fairs students are welcome to attend and some of them are just for students are not for the general public.