The Culinary Arts Institute offers four programs, giving you many options in the Hospitality field.
The Culinary Arts program is accredited with the American Culinary Federation. Upon graduation with their AAS degree, students will receive their certified culinarian from the A.C.F. The design of the curriculum is to prepare the student for a career in culinary arts that may lead to Executive Chef with industry experience should they seek it. CSI faculty are experienced industry professionals dedicated to student learning and skill development in their classrooms, restaurants, and special events. In addition to hands-on cooking and baking course work, students will learn guests services, cost analysis, menu development, wine and spirits, and event planning. Students will have the opportunity to learn food competitions or be a part of our award winning Ice Carving Team. CSI operates two levels of restaurants for students to develop and hone their skills to current dining operations.
The Pastry Art Certificate is designed to prepare the student for a career in Baking and Pastry Arts. Some Pastry Chefs may specialize in breads, tortes, or even wedding cake design. Opportunities for employment are in private clubs, fine dining restaurants, food markets, or as their own entrepreneurs. Specialized courses include plated desserts, cake decorating, chocolate candy making, and sugar artistry. Some students combine certification with their Culinary Arts Degree to enhance their skill development.