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Baking and Pastry, Certificate of Completion


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Program Code: CA150

ICCB Program Code: CA 0150

Baking and Pastry, Certificate of Completion 

  • This certificate offers many hands-on courses, including:

    • two of the core baking and pastry lab courses (also required for the culinary arts associate degree and the food preparation certificate of completion) 

    • a food service sanitation manager certification course 

    • choose from three specialized pastry and baking courses  

  • Since you can choose different pastry and baking courses to take, the certificate can be tailored to meet your specific interests, skills, and career objectives  

  • This certificate can help you reach these types of careers:  

    • pastry cook 

    • baker 

    • pastry chef 

    • wedding cake designer 

    • bakery or patisserie owner/operator 

    • a chef who also wants to have a strong background in pastry and baking 

 

About the Culinary Program 

  • JJC’s culinary arts program is: 

    • recognized as a premier program in the U.S. 

    • known around the world as a leader in education 

    • accredited by the American Culinary Federation 

  • This program is great for: 

    • New students who want to earn a degree or certificate in culinary arts  

    • Industry professionals who want to upgrade their skills 

  • JJC offers: 

    • a culinary arts degree  

    • several certificates  

  • The curriculum is continually reviewed and updated  

    • Input is taken from experts in the education, hospitality and food service industries 

  • All courses are taught by industry certified instructors with many years of experience.

    • Instructors attend classes, seminars and conferences to stay current with trends so they can bring the expertise back to the classroom 

Completion Guide


For advisor information and a sample schedule by semester, view our completion guide. 

Baking and Pastry Customizable Concentrations: 9 Semester Hours


Students will work with their program advisor to customize baking and pastry course selections based on their educational goals. Students will select 9 credit hours from the following concentrations:

Baking Concentration


Students will choose one concentration, or customize according to educational and career goals.

Pastry Concentration


Students will choose one concentration, or customize according to educational and career goals.

 

Total Required Hours: 17 Semester Hours


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