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Connecticut Culinary Institute in Hartford and Suffield, Connecticut
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Connecticut Culinary Institute
Website www.ctculinary.edu
Year Established 1987
Program Description Advanced Culinary Arts Program (60 weeks full-time/90 weeks part-time), Advanced Italian Culinary Arts Program (73 weeks full-time), Professional Pastry & Baking Program (60 weeks full-time/90 weeks part-time).
Group Size or S:T Ratio 15:1
Program Focus Baking, Confectionery, Healthy Veg, Wine, Far East, French, Italian
Faculty 24 full-time chefs, 5 adjunct. Industry experience ~10+ years with awards & honors
Costs Advanced Culinary Arts Program $26,755, Advanced Italian Culinary Arts Program $36,427, Professional Pastry & Baking Program $22,505. Registration fee $100.
U.S. Locations Hartford and Suffield, Connecticut
Months Year round
Contact Tina Merullo
Director of Admissions
Connecticut Culinary Institute
85 Sigourney Street
Hartford, CT 06105
United States
Phone: 860-895-6100, 800-762-4337
Fax: 860-895-6157
Branch Campus, 1760 Mapleton Ave., Suffield, CT 06078
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