Great food has never gone out of style. From social media to cooking channels, the food service industry has taken the spotlight, inspiring us to create delicious meals and treats for the ones we love. If cooking or baking ignites your creative drive or if the kitchen feels like home, it may be time to pursue a culinary career.

Through a culinary education, you could turn your passion and talent into a rewarding career. Dorsey College provides hands on training for aspiring cooks and bakers to learn new techniques that could help expand their abilities.  Culinary school instruction at Dorsey College takes place in both the classroom as well as in a kitchen setting.

Pursuing a Culinary Education at Dorsey College

At Dorsey College, you could also prepare for future career paths in Culinary Arts by taking culinary classes. We also offer Baking and Pastry Arts classes for those who wish to specialize in this area of the culinary field. Turn up the heat on this exciting career by enrolling in one of the culinary programs at Dorsey College for Culinary School!

The opportunity to pursue a career in the Culinary Arts or in Baking and Pastry Arts can begin when you make Dorsey College your culinary school of choice!  Contact us today to learn more about our culinary school programs and how to get started!

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Culinary Arts

Those interested in taking cooking classes or enrolling at a culinary arts school often do so because they love being in the kitchen and preparing delicious food.  The Culinary Arts program at Dorsey College can help you harness your passion while you work towards pursuing a new career.  Culinary training at Dorsey College takes place in both the classroom as well as in the kitchen, allowing for a perfectly blended approach to a student’s learning experience.

Those who enroll in a culinary program may be exposed to a variety of topics as part of their training, including culinary fundamentals, safety and sanitation, baking, butchering, and various cooking techniques.  Students may also be exposed to topics such as menu planning, plating, nutrition and healthy cooking, and regional and international cuisines.  Students who choose the Culinary Arts program at Dorsey College will receive instruction on each of the topics above and much more!

You have options when selecting the culinary arts school or culinary academy that will be best for you.

Quality is of the utmost importance in the food service industry, and we think the same is true when it comes to your culinary training.

The Culinary Arts diploma program at Dorsey College is programmatically accredited by The Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF).  Here at Dorsey College, our team is committed to helping you make the most of your culinary education as you prepare for your new career!

Looking for a “Culinary Arts School near me?”

Are you looking for a “culinary arts school near me?”  The Culinary Arts program is offered at the following Dorsey College campus location:

Roseville
Dorsey College - Roseville, MI, Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)

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For more information, please visit the Culinary Arts program page.


Baking and Pastry Arts

Many choose to take Baking and Pastry Arts classes because they have a genuine love for creating sweet treats, tasty desserts, and perfect breads.  The Baking and Pastry Arts program at Dorsey College can help you obtain the knowledge and skills needed in your pursuit of your new career.  Training in baking and pastry at Dorsey College happens in both the classroom and the kitchen, allowing students a blended approach to their culinary education.

Those who pursue training in this specialized area of the culinary field may receive training on topics that include culinary fundamentals, safety and sanitation, bread making, pastry work, baking techniques, and cake decorating.  In addition, students may be exposed to topics such as chocolate and sugar work, menu planning, and the skills needed to make restaurant quality desserts.

Students who choose Dorsey College for their Baking and Pastry Arts training, will have the opportunity to learn about each of the topics listed above, and more!

The Baking and Pastry Arts diploma program at Dorsey College is programmatically accredited by The Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF).  Here at Dorsey College, our team is committed to helping you make the most of your training as you prepare for your new career!

Looking for “Baking and Pastry Arts classes near me?”

Are you looking for baking and pastry arts classes near me?  The Baking and Pastry Arts program is offered at the following Dorsey College campus location:

Roseville
Dorsey College - Roseville, MI, Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)

Ready to make a change? Take the first step!
Requesting information requires no obligation or commitments.

 

For more information, please visit the Baking and Pastry Arts program page.


Pursuing Your Culinary Career

Those who pursue a culinary career could obtain entry-level jobs anywhere food is prepared or served.  Professional cooks and bakers are needed in both the public and private sector.  Individuals who obtain culinary training may be found working in places such as restaurants, schools, hospitals, hotels, bakeries, and resorts.  Entry level culinary arts jobs may include positions such as rounds cook, line cook, baker, backline cook, banquet cook, fry cook, grill cook, or prep cook.

Obtaining training at a culinary school or a culinary academy is a great way to gain experience and hone hands-on skills.  In addition, the culinary industry is one that places great emphasis on experience.  Someone who is just getting started in the industry, such as a recent culinary school graduate, is unlikely to start out as a “chef.” After graduating from a culinary program and gaining a few years of experience in the culinary industry, you may be able to pursue advancement opportunities within the industry.