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WELCOME TO PASTRY AND BAKING
The Pastry & Baking Arts specialization will prepare students to help fill the industry demand for pastry chefs. Additional classes in Foodservice Management program will allow students to acquire the specialized skills necessary for employment as a pastry cook upon graduation. Student will also acquire a strong grounding in the fundamentals of foodservice management. Pastry & Baking students will gain exposure to proper sanitation and safety practices, proper nutritional practices, proper equipment procedures, and proper supervisory management practices in the same classes that the Culinary students will attend.
According to the National Restaurant Association, the hospitality industry employment is anticipated to grow by 11% over the next 10 years. As foodservice operations grow, so will the demand for qualified employees to fill the additional positions. Pastry and baking arts is a specialized field that currently has a shortage of labor.
Admission to the Pastry & Baking Arts program is competitive. Applications should be received by April 1st of each year for admission into the fall program. Applicants to the program must have:
To continue in the Pastry & Baking Arts program, students must meet the following standards:
Readmission to the program will be determined on an individual basis. This will be decided by the Admissions Committee on the basis of qualifications of the student and upon a space available. Students in good standing who withdraw from the program for unpredicatable or uncontrollable reasons will be given priority consideration if they reapply.