The Art Institute of Portland
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1122 NW Davis - Portland, OR 97209
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Known as the most vegetarian-friendly city in the United States, the city of Portland is a great place to live for aspiring culinary arts students. Located in the heart of Portland, The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland strives to be a leader in culinary arts training and education.
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The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland has several diploma and associate degree programs in the cooking arts.
Diploma - Art of Cooking: Focusing on fundamental skills, the Art of Cooking Diploma from The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland centers around the areas of food science and cooking techniques. In addition to studying various culinary techniques from a experienced instructor, students can learn about baking & pastry, menu planning, sanitation, and safety. Prepared to seek employment as a prep cook, line cook, or short-order cook, graduates can have also completed coursework in knife skills, tools and equipment identification, and weights & measures.
Diploma - Baking & Pastry: Available at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland as a Diploma program, the Baking & Pastry curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for a career in the pastry arts or baking arts. In addition to hands-on kitchen training, students can learn via lectures, developing the necessary teamwork skills along the way. The Baking & Pastry Diploma also includes training in the preparation of baked goods, cookies, breads, pies, cakes, and tarts, in addition to artisan and classical bread baking. Students can also learn how to prepare frozen desserts, chocolate, and various regional desserts.
Bachelor of Science - Culinary Management: Preparing graduates for entry-level positions in the catering, food service, hotel, or restaurant industry, the Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management degree from The International Culinary School at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland can be a great way to want to join the culinary industry. A 12 quarter program, the BS in Culinary Management degree program is designed to prepare graduates to become professional managers and supervisors in the food and hospitality industries. In addition to classes in facilities design, students can learn about budget controls, retail management, research and development, leadership, and systems management.
Associate of Arts - Culinary Arts: Available as an Associate of Arts program, the Culinary Arts curriculum at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland is designed to prepare graduates for employment as a first cook, line cook, or prep cook. In addition to knife and handling skills, students of the AA in Culinary Arts program can learn the basics of culinary arts before delving into topics such as garde manager, American cuisines, international cuisines, and baking & pastry. The AA in Culinary Arts program lasts 7 quarters, and consists of 105 total credit hours.
The culinary programs at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland include classroom instruction, hands-on experience in the kitchen labs, experience in the school�s restaurant, �Portfolio,� and internships.
An education institution with over 35 years of history, The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes are a network of over 40 schools located throughout the United States. In addition to providing hands-on training in culinary arts, The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes offer training in fashion, design, and media arts.
Striviing to provide a well-rounded curriculum that includes exposure to international cuisines and techniques, The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland offers several programs as described below.
Designed to prepare graduates for entry-level positions in the culinary arts, the school combines academics with job-related learning, effective teamwork, and critical-thinking skills. As one of the guiding principles of The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland is to work with national and local employers.
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