Culinary Arts

Are you the next, “Top Chef” or “Cake Boss?” Do you want to drink wine for a living? Do you want to learn how to julienne carrots, or flambe’ your next sauce?  Do you enjoy baking, and creating other tempting confections?  Culinary arts programs are more popular than ever with so many television shows exhibiting chef competitions and bakeries with their many skills. It is needless to say that these culinary artists did not start at the top. Most started at a culinary school that taught them the fundamentals and provided the best quality training possible. With this rise in popularity comes the rise in competition, so superior schooling is a must to land the job you deserve. Don’t expect to be in the kitchen on day one though. A good school will not only teach you cooking techniques, but also safety, menu creation and the business side of running a kitchen.

Culinary Concentrations:

  • Baking and Pastry
  • Catering Management
  • Culinary Arts
  • Culinary Management
  • Hospitality Management
  • Restaurant Management
  • Wine Studies

Once you have completed your culinary arts program it is not unusual to have to complete an internship or under-study with a professional chef to help you gain real-world knowledge and experience. If you are ready to begin, apply today to be connected with an education advisor who will answer your questions and help you enroll.

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