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Have you ever thought about becoming a professional chef and working at a fancy restaurant, hotel or bakery? If you have, you can get the training you need to get started at one of these great jobs by enrolling at a local culinary school.
Professional chef making a sauce in the kitchenThese established cooking schools have the experience, professional instructors and resources to teach you the skills necessary to become a chef, baker or caterer. And if you see yourself managing a restaurant or nightclub rather than working in the kitchen, several schools also offer programs in restaurant or hospitality management.

Classes are usually taught by respected, industry-trained and currently working chefs. And they are offered in commercial industry-standard kitchens. some of the typical class subjects include culinary arts, pastry arts, sautéing, grilling, baking, creating pastries, garnishing, menu planning, kitchen etiquette, catering, business operations and management.

Other than a few schools that offer a four-year Bachelor Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management, most programs can be completed in well under two years. Many schools have internships where you can get real-world experience, plus most have personalized career placement assistance for you as you graduate.

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Some community colleges offer classes in the culinary or restaurant management field. For example, East Central College in Union, Missouri (central Missouri) offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts as well as a Certificate of Achievement in Culinary Arts. Both programs are designed to be career-based skills and education learning systems for serious students planning for a future somewhere in the restaurant or hospitality professions. Learn more about it.

If you're more interested in the management side of the restaurant business, you could consider earning a degree in restaurant management. A few colleges, such as Colorado Mesa University, offer training programs in this area. Colorado Mesa offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Hospitality Management degree (4-year degree) as well as an Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management degree (2-year degree) at its Grand Junction, Colorado campus. Learn more about it.










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