Culinary Arts Programs & Career Cooking Schools
The Guide to Culinary Arts Programs & Career Cooking Schools
The Art Institute of Phoenix
       
Website www.artinstitutes.edu/phoenix?cid=SG_0607_001_AIPXDIRLISTING
Year Established 1996
Program Description 12-qtr BA degree in Culinary Arts; 6- to 8-qtr AAS degree in Culinary Arts; certification in Sanitation & Safety and Nutrition; 3-qtr diploma programs in The Art of Cooking and Baking & Pastry
Group Size or S:T Ratio 18:1
Faculty Dir. Joseph LaVilla, P.h.D; Advisor Bill Sy, MBA, CEC; Dir. Walter Leible, CMC; Eric Watson, CCC,CCE; Jim Diamond, Robert Nicklin, CCC; JoAnn Ayers, CWPC; Richard Carr; Nikita Wray, RD; Peter Inaven, CEC; Richard Kennedy, CWPC, CHE
Costs BA & AAS degree in Culinary Arts each $403/cr-hr, $6,448/qtr; supply kit $845-1320, lab fee $300/qtr.
U.S. Locations Phoenix, Arizona
Months Year round
Contact Director of Admissions
Art Institute of Phoenix
2233 W. Dunlap Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
United States
Phone: 800-474-2479
Fax: 602-331-5301
E-Mail: aipxadm@aii.edu

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