Texas Culinary Colleges

quiche Texas culinary colleges at its community colleges offers good value to start your culinary career.

Austin Community College

Austin is a college town and opportunities to transfer, if desired, can be found at Austin Community College to top schools in the area and nationally. Please check with your advisors for requirements.

Programs offered:

  • A.A.S. Degree in Culinary Arts (2-year program offering preparation to apply for Certified Culinarian Certification (first level of certification for Chefs)
  • Certificate in Basic Culinary Arts
  • Culinarian certificate
  • PastryArts Certificate

Welcomes international students and gives support.

Does not provide housing.

Job placements and internships are available.

3401 Webberville Rd | Eastview Campus | Austin, TX 78702
Austin Community College

Texas culinary colleges: Del Mar College in Corpus Christi

You are prepared for career entry for commercial food preparation. There are also a hotel/motel management and Restaurant Management programs. Culinary programs offered are:

  • A.A.S. Degree in Baking and Pastry Specialty
  • A.A.S Degree in Culinary Arts

Also offered are Certificate in Cook/Baker and Certificate in Kitchen Supervisor.

101 Baldwin Blvd. | Corpus Christi, TX 78404
Del Mar College in Corpus Christi Culinary Arts Programs

Texas culinary colleges: El Centro College

One of the unique courses: Principles of Healthy Cuisine - 3-credit course - this offering would be of interest to those integrating health into their cooking.

  • A.A.S. Degree in Baking and Pastry
  • A.A.S. Degree in Culinary Arts
  • Degree in Food and Hospitality Service
  • 801 Main St. | Dallas, TX 75202
    El Centro College Food and Hospitality Institute

    A thought: From the "Achieving the Dream" website: The U.S. has fallen in international education rankings. In one single generation, America went from 1st to 12th in college completion rates for young adults.

    A community college is a good place to start your college education with support and help from groups like Achieving the Dream. Schools must be members in order to utilize this help. If you are one of those who would like this extra support, you can check to see if the school is a member school.

    Texas culinary colleges: Lamar University

    Certificate in Culinary Arts

    The certificate programs, each having a specific focus, can lead to a 4-year degree in the Hospitality Management program.

    211 Redbird Lane | 10035, Beaumont, TX 77710
    Lamar University Culinary Arts

    Texas culinary colleges: San Jacinto College

    The Culinary Arts program offers Basic training toward becoming a cook or chef. You can work in the culinary industry while in training at their fine dining restaurant, a full-service catering operation, and the San Jac Gator Cafe and Grill.

    You can specialize in pastry and baking with one of these degree plans.

    If you are considering transferring to a 4-year college, be sure to seek the advice of advisors. This school has transfer agreements with many outstanding universities in Texas.

    Programs offered:

    • AAS Degree in Culinary Arts
    • Certificate of Technology in Culinary Arts

    5800 Uvalde Rd. | Houston, TX 77049
    San Jacinto College Culinary Arts

    St Philips College

    Flexible courses are offered during AM, afternoon and PM. Work-based learning, lab and classroom.

    Student-run restaurant.

    Tuition is 1/4 the cost of a four-year university. You can take 2 years at St. Philips and transfer to a four year school, saving you a lot of money. (See advisors for names of transfer schools, requirements.)

    Flexible class schedules are available.

    Arrange tours of the school by appointment.(210) 486-2150.

    • A.A.S. Degree in Baking and Pastry Arts
    • A.A.S. Degree in Culinary Arts
    • A.A.S. Degree in Restaurant Mgmt

    1801 Martin Luther King Dr. | San Antonio, TX 78203
    St Philips College

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