Culinary Schools Andover MN

Local resource for culinary schools in Andover. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to culinary schools, culinary education, culinary training, as well as information on culinary courses, and content on culinary skill building.

Hennepin Technical College (Culinary Arts Program)
(952) 995-1300
9000 Brooklyn Boulevard
Brooklyn Park, MN
 
Minneapolis Community And Technical College (Culinary Arts Program)
(612) 659-6000
1501 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
 
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
(800) 247-0911
1501 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN

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Hennepin Technical College (Culinary Arts Program)
(952) 995-1300
9000 Brooklyn Boulevard
Brooklyn Park, MN
 
Minneapolis Community And Technical College (Culinary Arts Program)
(612) 659-6000
1501 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
 
Indian Foods Company Cooking Classes
(952) 593-3000
204 Central Avenue
Osseo, MN
 
Art Institutes International Minnesota, The
1.612.332.3361 • 1.800.777.3643
15 South 9th Street
Minneapolis, MN

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Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts - Minneapolis/St Paul
(651) 675-4700
1315 Mendota Heights Road
Mendota Heights, MN
Tuition
$19,875.00
# of Undergrads
742
School Information
Private
Setting
Suburban

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Minnesota West Community And Technical College (Food Science)
(320) 564-5000
1593 11th Avenue
Granite Falls, MN
 
Concordia College At Moorhead (Nutrition Dietetics Program)
(218) 299-4000
901 8th St. S
Moorhead, MN
 
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How to Find the Best Culinary School

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The future looks bright for America’s culinary students. The National Restaurant Association authored a news release stating that the outlook for the restaurant industry showed strong signs of rebounding in 2010. In December, the restaurant performance index rose to its highest level in nearly two years. Not only is the industry expected to do well as the nation forges ahead in 2011, but job growth in the industry is expected to average 6-7 percent between now and 2018.

Salaries are significant for culinary artists as well. The annual average salary for chefs is $38,770. Top chefs earn an average of $66,680 per year and if you plan to start your own business, most chef-owners report earnings of $100,00 or more per year.

Aspiring culinary artists have the right figures on their side, but they can increase their chances of securing a top position even more by choosing the right culinary school. Culinary programs are offered at a variety of institutions such as art and design schools, trade schools, community colleges, and professional career institutes. Degree options include certificate, associate degree, or a bachelor’s degree in culinary art. Some schools even offer advanced degrees in culinary arts.

When choosing a culinary school, it’s best to stick with accredited culinary art programs. The American Culinary Federation accredits most programs, but not all. So, when you find a school you’re interested in, be sure to check the website for accreditation status and the name of the accrediting agency. You can verify any schools accreditation status, and whether it’s recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, by visiting Ed.gov .

To begin your search for a quality culinary degree program, visit reputable sites such as:

  • - Princetonreviewcom
  • - Petersons.com
  • - U.S. News & World Report College Rankings

These sites offer free access to college listings and descriptions, peer reviews, ratings, and tuition rates. Once you’ve located a pr...

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