With a culinary arts degree you can pursue a career as a chef (and there are many types of chefs – sous chef, pastry chef, head chef, etc.) in a restaurant or grocery store, a private chef for a home, business or school, or you can consider starting your own restaurant.

We found 6 Culinary Arts schools
  • California Culinary Academy
    625 Polk Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102 ;
    • Baking and Pastry Arts (Certificate)
    • Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts (Associate)
  • The Art Institute of California
    1170 Market Street
    San Francisco (a Campus of Argosy U), CA 94102 ;
    • Baking & Pastry (Associate)
    • Baking and Pastry (Diploma)
    • Culinary Arts (Associate)
    • Culinary Management (Bachelor)
    • Hospitality Food & Beverage Management (Bachelor)
  • Bauman College
    901 Grayson St.
    Berkeley, CA 94710 ;
    • Natural Chef (Certificate)
  • Diablo Valley College
    321 Golf Club Rd.
    Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 ;
    • Culinary Arts (Certificate)
    • Culinary Arts (Associate)
    • Culinary Arts Baking and Pastry (Certificate)
    • Culinary Arts Baking and Pastry (Associate)
  • Laney College
    900 Fallon St.
    Oakland, CA 94607 ;
    • Baking and Pastry (Associate)
    • Baking and Pastry (Certificate)
    • Cooking (Certificate)
  • Contra Costa College
    2600 Mission Bell Dr.
    San Pablo, CA 94806 ;
    • Culinary Arts: Basic Food Service (Certificate)
    • Culinary Arts: Classical/Modern Food Preparation and Restaurant Training (Associate)
    • Culinary Arts: Classical/Modern Food Preparation and Restaurant Training (Certificate)
    • Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management (Certificate)
    • Culinary Arts: Training in Pastry and Baking Skills (Associate)
    • Culinary Arts: Training in Pastry and Baking Skills (Certificate)
We found 1 Culinary Arts online school