Hello all. I am heavily considering going back to school for culinary arts but would like some thoughts/advice. Currently, I have a bachelor's degree in nursing and work as an emergency registered nurse. I've always been the creative type and culinary school has always been something in the back of my mind; and with this pandemic I think its been the push I need to seriously consider going for it. I'm still undecided though. I have the opportunity to go to the community college that I first started at to obtain an associates in culinary arts; but if I commit to this I want to have a game plan on what I'll do once I graduate. What opportunities are available for someone with an associates degree? The program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation if that helps any. I have no desire to work as a head chef or anything to that scale, but I also want to do more than work as a line cook (not that theres anything wrong with that; but in my current profession I've become accustomed to making decisions and working autonomously). As it stands right now, I really enjoy baking the most and am interested in possibly focusing on that aspect of the art. What kind of opportunities are out there?