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Culinary Arts

Program: 10-316-1

  • Associate Degree
    • The Associate degree program prepares you for management positions and offers advanced training so you can go on to earn your Bachelor's Degree
  • 4 Terms
  • 60 Credits
  • Financial Aid Eligible
  • Starts August/January
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If you are creative, enjoy the constantly evolving food service industry, work well with people, and have a love of food, the Lakeshore Culinary Institute may be the best place to launch your career. Graduates of the program become chefs, independent restaurateurs, bakers or pastry chefs, sales staff for the food industry, food service managers, and corporate chefs. The program is offered at Sheboygan’s Riverfront in a working restaurant setting. Students enjoy class sizes of 12 and rapid progression to graduation through four consecutive 15-week semesters. The program is rich with practical experience in American regional and international cuisines. Courses are offered in traditional and blended delivery. The program requires day, evening, and some Saturday hours.


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Students use the working restaurant, open several nights each week, to practice their skills in a real-world environment. In our Culinary Arts program students become part of a smaller class of 12 students that results in more kitchen time and more individualized instruction from the chefs.

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