Culinary Schools
in Denver

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Your guide to Culinary Schools in Denver will help you find the right program in the Mile High City! Colorado is known for its outdoor and healthy living.

Johnson and Wales - Denver

Johnson and Wales - Denver is one of the top culinary schools in Denver and has been guiding students passionate about cooking for decades. JWU provides intensive programs in culinary arts, pastry arts, and hotel and restaurant management.

Degrees offered include:

  • Associates in Baking and Pastry Arts
  • Associates in Culinary Arts
  • Bachelors in Baking and Pastry and Food Service Management
  • Bachelors in Culinary Arts and Food Service Management

7150 Montview Boulevard | Denver, Colorado 80220
JWU College of Culinary Arts - Denver

International Culinary School at the Art Institute of Colorado

The Art Institute of Colorado (Denver) is a private, for-profit culinary program and part of the Ai.

The Denver locations offers the following programs which teach real world skills with hands-on experience.

Baking & Pastry - Associate of Science: become a pastry artist in this program which offers courses on baking and operations management

Culinary Arts - Associate of Science: learn the basics first, then focus on specialty areas like baking and pastry, garde manger, and a la carte.

Art of Cooking - Diploma: learn cooking skills, baking and pastry, and American regional cuisine with an emphasis on plating and presentation

Baking & Pastry - Diploma: focuses on the art and preparation of breads, cookies, pies, desserts and baked goods.

200 Lincoln Street | Denver, CO 80203-2172
1.303.837.0825 or 1.800.275.2420
International Culinary School at the Art Institute of Colorado

Cook Street School of Fine Cooking - Denver

The Cook Street School of Fine Cooking in Denver 5 month programs geared for enthusiasts and professional chefs. Program begins with three weeks of concentrated wine and sensory education followed by three months of advanced culinary arts training. The program concludes with an European Culinary Tour, where students travel to France and Italy to learn from great culinarians.

1937 Market Street | Denver, CO 80202
Cook Street School of Fine Cooking

Other Colorado Areas for Culinary Schools include Boulder:

Boulder is a smaller town than Denver and a college town. If a healthy lifestyle and culinary and arts culture is what you hope for, Boulder is a good choice. Outdoor living and aesthetically beautiful terrain. Elevation is at 5500 so make sure high elevation is for you.

Extensive bus system and outdoor activities include bicycling and hiking trails and many more sport opportunities.

A nutritious conscious town and home of Celestial Seasonings tea, farmer's markets, and Alfalfa Supermarket. Also a good town for vegetarians and often on top ten towns for vegetarians lists.

Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts

Formerly known as Culinary School of the Rockies. Fast and intensive programs with small class sizes include:

  • Farm to Table-Part of the curriculum of the Culinary program, this unique program is a 5-week externship immersing you in the farming industry. First-hand experience of locally-produced ingredients.
  • Culinary Arts Program of 23 weeks
  • Baking and Pastry Program of 15 weeks part-time or day program for essentials and advanced topics.

The school is accredited for continuing education and training. It also offers home cooking classes and career guidance.

Boulder, CO
Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts

Please do thorough research on culinary schools in Denver. This is an information only website and we do not give recommendations or advice. Verify all information.

Also see Vegetarian Culinary Schools

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