Culinary Arts Schools, Online Degrees and Programs

When it comes to working in the culinary industry, it takes more than a love of cooking and baking to succeed. When you enroll in a culinary arts certificate or degree program, you receive training in skills that apply across the industry. Whether you plan on working in a four-star restaurant, caf?, hotel, resort, family restaurant, or as a private chef, your culinary arts classes will cover the essentials in baking, pastry, catering, beverages, menu planning, and the business side of the kitchen.

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Programs:
  • Culinary Arts - Diploma
  • Baking and Pasterleria - Diploma

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Florida Technical College has structured its Health Care, Technology, and Programming curricula to achieve one thing for its students: success in the real world.
Locations:  Kissimmee, FL
Programs:
  • Associate of Science in Culinary Arts
  • Associate of Science in Baking and Pastry Arts
  • Associate of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
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Sullivan University is Kentucky's largest private college or university, offering higher education for people with higher goals. At Sullivan University, we focus on in-demand programs that lead to successful careers. Whether you're a high school student considering college for the first time, an adult returning to school or someone seeking professional development, you'll be surprised at the variety and range of alternatives Sullivan University offers. 


Locations:  Louisville, KY
Programs:
  • Associate of Science in Culinary Arts
  • Associate of Science in Baking and Pastry Arts
  • Associate of Arts in Hospitality

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Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals.  Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience. 


Locations:  Sarasota, FL Melbourne, FL Tallahassee, FL More...
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How to Prepare for a Career in the Culinary Arts

At the start, many culinary artists begin at the bottom, working as prep helpers, servers, or line cooks. Like you, most aspire to hold cooking roles as Master Chef, Sommelier, Rotisseur, Executive Chef, or Catering Manager. You can get there from here by building hands-on experience while attending your culinary arts degree program. You integrate the skills you learn in classes with your professional work, qualifying as you go for advancement.

Education Requirements for Culinary Arts Careers

Two- and four-year culinary arts degree programs provide the essential training in mastering the kitchen. Working chefs may return to school for classes in hospitality or restaurant management to quality for advancement.

Salary Range and Job Outlook for Culinary Arts

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports a median 2008 annual salary of $38,770 for chefs and head cooks, with top-end wages at $66,680. The BLS predicts good job prospects for the 2008-2018 decade, but competition will be keen for positions at upscale restaurants.

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