The mission of the Professional Baking & Pastry program is to prepare students with culinary skills combined with a focus on baking and pastry. This combination skill set and business knowledge will enhance each graduate’s ability to meet the challenges of an increasingly demanding and rapidly changing field.
DESIRED STUDENT OUTCOMES
1. Baking Theory and Terminology: Graduates will display proficiency in various baking and culinary procedures, and will be able to apply appropriate terminology.
2. Baking: Graduates will demonstrate their ability to professionally prepare standardized recipes using a variety of cooking and baking techniques.
3. Professional Awareness: Graduates will have an understanding of culinary and baking careers and the structure of the culinary field. They will understand professional and ethical behavior.
Graduates of the program will be prepared for entry level positions in baking and pastry, including pastry assistants. The program is beneficial to the student who may already have a degree in another field or is looking to increase basic culinary knowledge with additional specialized skills.
The program requires 36 quarter credits.
Every Creative Warrior knows that a great work of art—including a perfectly plated meal—starts with inspiration. Graduates of The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes recognize our challenging classrooms as the place that sparked their creativity.
Working in the restaurant world means always looking ahead to the next meal. But ask any Creative Warriors to look back on how they got where they are, and they’ll credit their training at The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes.
Through our partnership with this culinary school located in the “green belt of Italy,” you can enroll in two-week courses to broaden your knowledge of authentic traditional Italian cuisine. Watch the video and hear from a few of our students who’ve made the journey. Their stories might just inspire you to do the same.
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