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Galveston College-Culinary Arts Academy in Galveston, Texas
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Galveston College-Culinary Arts Academy
Website www.gc.edu/chef
Year Established 1987
Program Description 1-yr certificates in Culinary Arts & Culinary/ Hospitality Mgmt, 2-yr AAS degree in Culinary Arts/Hospitality Mgmt
Group Size or S:T Ratio 15:1
Faculty Paul Mendoza, Pete Mitchell, Kaye Gabel
Costs Annual tuition $2,600 in-state, $3,300 out-of-state
U.S. Locations Galveston, Texas
Months Year round
Contact Paul Mendoza
Director of Culinary Arts
Galveston College-Culinary Arts Academy
4015 Ave. Q
Galveston, TX 77550
United States
Phone: 409-944-1304
Fax: 409-944-1501
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