Culinary Arts Programs & Career Cooking Schools
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Culinary Institute of Charleston
Year Established 1988
Program Description 2-yr AAS degree programs in Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism, Baking & Pastry, Sports & Nutrition. 1-yr Certificates in Culinary Arts, Baking & Pastry, Sports & Health Nutrition, F& B Op.,Hotel Op, Event Management. Certificate for Restaurant Cooks.
Group Size or S:T Ratio 16:1
Program Focus Baking, Confectionery, Healthy Veg, Wine, Far East, French, Italian, Pastry
Faculty 11 full-time & 3 part-time. 3 are industry professionals; 7 are culinary-certified teachers; 1 is a master baker. Culinary Dept. Head Michael Carmel, CEC, CCE, ACE, M.Ad.Ed. Hospitality Dept. Head Nathan Rex, MBA,CHE, CHIA.
Costs 2018-19 Tuition & Fees (For 12 hours) In-county: $2,219.43 $1,079.43 Out-of-county: $2,460.51 $1,320.51 Out-of-state: $4,185.75
U.S. Locations Charleston, South Carolina
Months Year round
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Contact Gaynor Mueller
Administrative Assistant to the Dean
Culinary Institute of Charleston at Trident Technical College
Division of Hospitality & Tourism, P.O. Box 118067, HT-P
Charleston, SC 29423-8067
United States
Phone: 843-820-5090
Fax: 843-820-5060

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