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If you desire to become a chef, do you need formal schooling at a culinary arts school? For most high end restaurants looking to hire food service help the answer is yes. A formal degree in the culinary arts can go a long way to helping you land a job that has a good growth potential.

Culinary Arts Schools: Texas Culinary Academy
Austin, TX

Austin, Texas in an educational mecca with seven area universities and a lively, growing artistic and cultural scene - a perfect setting for the Texas Culinary Academy. The Academy offers a prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts program that can be completed in as little as 15 months and is home to a new 50,000 square foot campus features six new labs, a state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen, and a cafe and fine dining restaurant.

Texas Culinary Academy's Associate of Applied Science Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts program offers a unique blend of classical French cooking techniques with modern American technology. Graduates of this program will be exposed to the techniques of more than 25 international cuisines and be prepared to start a career as a chef or manager in fine restaurants, hotels, bakeries, resorts, and more.

Programs offered:
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts

Editors Comments:
A degree in the culinary arts will also help you obtain the highest salary possible. If you have a desire to learn, and aren't afraid of hard work you can land your dream job as executive chef. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, executive chefs are the highest paid professionals in the food service industry with some making $200,000 yearly. Executive chefs have an average of eleven years of experience, and some over 30. The best way to maximize your salary potential is to study one type of cuisine exclusively. Choose French, Italian, Greek, Thai or Japanese, even Caribbean. Some executive chefs have also had post-graduate cuisine specific training. After receiving a formal degree from a culinary arts school they go on to work in some of the finest restaurants in the world.

Culinary Academy of New York
Culinary Academy of Long Island
Scottsdale Culinary Institute - Scottsdale, AZ
California Culinary Academy - San Francisco, CA
California School of Culinary Arts - Pasadena, California
Orlando Culinary Academy - Orlando, FL
Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago - Chicago, IL
Atlantic Culinary Academy at McIntosh College - Dover, NH
Western Culinary Institute - Portland, OR
Pennsylvania Culinary Institute - Pittsburgh, PA
Texas Culinary Academy - Austin, TX

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