Los Angeles Culinary Arts School at The Art Institute of California
The Art Institute of California
2900 31st St. - Santa Monica, CA 90405
Private, For Profit
Start your culinary education in Los Angeles, CA!
Considered the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles offers you culture and glamour. You will find an eternal nightlife as well as world-class attractions. It is a destination city for tourists from all over the world.
If you’ve ever thought about going to cooking school in California, you'll want to learn more about The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Los Angeles.
What You Need to Know
Below is some basic information about The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles and its programs, but if you really want to learn more, you should fill out the short questionnaire and someone will contact you to talk about how to apply, time requirements, costs and just about anything else you may need to know.
Why Choose The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles
Started in 1997, the school opened in the city of Santa Monica and was designed to provide creative space for a productive working atmosphere. The faculty inspires their students through a learner-centered approach to instruction. At The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles, it is all about you the student.
If you are looking to enter the field of culinary arts and want the opportunity to be creative and successful, The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles has plenty to offer. The objective of the program is to train you in the fundamentals of culinary arts, baking and pastry, catering, the a la carte kitchen and a whole lot more.
Programs of Study
Associate of Science degree & Diploma in Baking & Pastry: If you want to learn how to make everything from custards to cakes, you will be trained by professional bakers the techniques to create pastries, frozen desserts, meringues, chocolate as well as artisan bread.
Associate of Science degree in Culinary Arts: You will take courses like Introduction to Culinary Skills, Food Production, Kitchen Supervision, Nutrition, Garde Manager, Baking & Pastry, Menu Management, Wine Management and a whole lot more.
Once you graduate, you will be prepared for an entry level position as a garde manager cook, station chef or baking and pastry cook.
Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management: The goal of this specialty degree is to prepare you to become a manager or supervisor of kitchens and food & beverage establishments. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to enter the hospitality industry in various entry level positions including banquet chef, grill cook, broiler cook and chef garde manger.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Culinary Management is 12 Quarters. Your learning will include lectures, labs, tutorials, filed trips, externships, and classroom demonstrations.
Diploma in The Art of Cooking: Trains you in the basics of culinary art. Here you will learn speed, coordination and most importantly, teamwork. Here to you should be ready to enter the market and find an entry level position as a banquet cook, breakfast cook, shift leader or line cook.
Accreditation - Accreditation Information
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