Please check the below links for some of the options you have ,
By the way Leigh - While some people may strive in the kitchen, there are opportunities for those who love cooking to make a living outside culinary arts.The career in Culinary is quite faithful & also a lucrative one as you climb up the ladder.
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Jared’s Answer, CareerVillage.org Team
I can't think of anything that would give you all three, but you can major in each of them one at a time. For art, try Art History (if you admire art but don't want to be an artist) or submit your portfolio to an art program at an art or design school (Pratt, SVA, Parsons, etc.). For Music, you can study music theory or (if you are a musician) apply for professional music programs. For cooking, you have to decide what type of career path you want to be on. If you want to work in a kitchen of a restaurant, the best thing to do is actually to get experience working in restaurants as early as you can. You might also consider getting a culinary degree. For the most part, though, working in the restaurant business is an apprenticeship model: you learn by doing.