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Westmoreland County Community College
       
Website wccc.edu/ac/programpages/culinary/index.html
Year Established 1981
Program Description 2- & 3-yr AAS degree in Culinary Arts and 2- & 3-yr Baking & Pastry degree, both with apprenticeship option; 16-mo Culinary Arts degree; 1-sem Culinary Arts certificate and 1-sem Baking/Pastry certificate
Group Size or S:T Ratio 17:1
Program Focus Baking
Faculty 4 full-time, 18 part-time. Qualifications: ACF certification, experience, academic requirements. Includes Mary B. Zappone, CCE, MS; Cheryl Shipley, RD; Carl Dunkel, CWC, CCE; Cindy Komarinski, MBA
Costs In-county tuition $52/credit. Fees: $2/credit, lab fee $20/culinary course. Out-of-county & non-PA residents are charged double & triple tuition respectively.
U.S. Locations Youngwood, Pennsylvania
Months Year round
Contact Coordinator Culinary Arts
Westmoreland County Community College
Hospitality Dept., Armbrust Rd.
Youngwood, PA 15697
United States
Phone: 724-925-4016
Fax: 724-925-4293
E-Mail: rogersj@wccc.edu

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