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Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisconsin
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Madison Area Technical College
Website matcmadison.edu/culinary/
Year Established 1950
Program Description 2-year AAS degree in Culinary Arts
Group Size or S:T Ratio 15:1
Program Focus Baking
Faculty Qualifications: certified by state and ACF. Includes Joseph Gaglio, M. Egan, P. Short
Costs Tuition in-state $59.25/credit hour. Advanced registration fee is $50. Application fee $25. Average off-campus housing cost is $400-$870
U.S. Locations Madison, Wisconsin
Months January, February, March, April, May, August, September, October, November, December
Contact Mary G. Hill
Associate Dean
Madison Area Technical College
Culinary Trades Dept., 3550 Anderson St.
Madison, WI 53704
United States
Phone: 608-246-6368
Fax: 608-246-6316
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