Baking and Pastry Certificate

Curriculum HIA.BKG.CERT (C306H)

The Baking and Pastry certificate will provide students with comprehensive, hands-on experience in the fundamentals of baking and pastry arts. Students will obtain necessary skills to produce quality bakery products from scratch. Upon completion of the program, students are employable as entry-level bakery workers and assistant pastry chefs in a variety of commercial food service establishments including retail baking, in-store bakeries, and creating bakery and pastry items for restaurants and hotels. Advancement to positions of baker, bakery management and/or pastry chef may be achieved with additional work experience.

Semester One

Credit Hours

 

HIA 110

Introduction to Hospitality Industry

3

 

HIA 115

Food Sanitation and Safety

2

 

HIA 128

Introduction to Baking and Pastry

3

 

HIA 132

Nutrition

2

 

HIA 276◊

Food & Beverage Purchasing/Cost Control

3

 

 

 

13

Semester Two

#

HIA 127

Cake and Pastry Decoration

3

 

HIA 130

Culinary Arts-Quantity Food Preparation I

3

#

HIA 134

Artisan Breads

3

#

HIA 228

Specialty Baking and Pastry

3

#

HIA 295

Cooperative Work Experience

3

 

 

Program electives

2

 

 

 

17

 

 

Total credits required

30

See HIA course descriptions.

Program electives (2): HIA 129◊, HIA 202◊, HIA 205◊, HIA 207◊, HIA 208◊, HIA 209◊, HIA 211◊, HIA 212◊, HIA 213◊, HIA 214◊, HIA 216◊, HIA 218◊, HIA 296

Coordinator: Denise Smith-Gaborit, Ext. 3624

Gainful Employment

The information below is provided to assist students in making informed choices about their education and career.

Curriculum

Curriculum Title

CIPS Code

HIA.BKG.CERT

(C306H)

BAKING AND PASTRY CERTIFICATE

12 0501

# of Graduates

# of Graduates Completing
On-Time

% Completing
On-Time

5

2

NA

Avg. Program Tuition Cost

Avg. Program Book Cost

Total Program Costs*

$ 3,302.00

$ 1,218.00

$ 4,520.00

Program Length
in Semesters

Program Credit

Hours

Median Loan

Debt

2

30

NA

SOC Code

SOC Description
(Associated Program Occupation(s))

Occupational Summary
(ONET webpage)

351011

Chefs and Head Cooks

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/35-1011.00

513011

Bakers

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/51-3011.00

*Transportation, personal expenses, and room and board costs are not included in the information above, but may apply to some students.

For more information about Gainful Employment, visit the Triton College Financial Aid Office, located in the Student Center Building, Room B-216W, or send an Email to: finaid@triton.edu.