Associate of Applied Science in Baking and Pastry
This six-quarter program prepares graduates to enter the baking and pastry profession with confidence. Students learn the science behind baking in lecture and application. They apply this knowledge in our commercial-grade bakeshop facilities, while gaining hands-on mixing, shaping and baking techniques, and creative design capabilities. Their creativity comes out in the chocolate and confectionery classes as well as the show stopping wedding cake course. Students also design and serve desserts in our Zagat-rated fine-dining restaurant that is open to the public five days a week for lunch and dinner.
Graduates of this program work in bakeries, patisseries, restaurant and hotel kitchens, food corporations and more. Some go on to own their own businesses.
The program completion rate is the percentage of students who graduated between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012, who completed this program in the normal completion time.
Frequently, students at Kendall College choose to attend on a part-time basis and as a result, their completion times may vary substantially. The program completion time may also vary depending on transfer of credit and the pace at which a student chooses to complete the program.
The program costs are the estimated average costs over the duration of the program, excluding any scholarship or tuition reductions, for students completing the program on time. These costs can vary based on the number of credits. Typically, tuition and fees are subject to change annually.
Tuition and Fees $45,690
Books and Supplies $2,931
Room* and Board N/A
*Kendall offers a housing option to its students which is not reflected.
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