The Baking and Pastry Specialist Technical certificate program is designed to provide advanced skills for employment in the food service industry as bakery or pastry shop workers, commercial bakers, and as pastry chefs.
Students applying for this program must be accepted into the culinary diploma or degree program.
View the Baking and Pastry Specialist Certificate Program Fact Sheet for additional information.
Note: Technical courses in this program may be subject to a livework/supply reimbursement charge.
Students are also required to purchase Chef’s uniform, dining room uniform, textbooks and tools to include knives. MATH 1012 , Foundation of Mathematics is a pre/corequisite to CUUL 1000 , Fundamentals of Culinary Arts and should be completed before or at the same time as CUUL 1000.
Students must meet with Culinary Arts Program Director and also attend the Mandatory Culinary seminar, which is held before the spring and fall semesters. This seminar, is designed specifically for the Culinary Arts program, to ensure your success in the program. At that seminar, students register for classes and order required supplies. Additional costs are uniform (approximately $140) plus required shoes. A knife kit cost approximately $330.
Bake shop assistants, pastry shop employees and working pastry chefs.