The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Denver

Culinary Schools in Denver Colorado at The Art Institute of Denver Culinary School

The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institute of Denver

1200 Lincoln Street – Denver, CO 80203

Start your culinary school education in Denver, CO

Denver, CO is located on the high central plains of the United States and boasts of over 200 parks and a growing population. Known as the “Mile High City”, the 15 step of the State Capitol is exactly one mile above sea level.

If you ever thought about going to cooking school in Denver, you’ll want to learn more about The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Colorado at their Denver campus.

There are many questions you must be asking yourself about going to culinary school. How much is it going to cost? Is financial aid available? How long does it take? What type of degree will I receive? How do I apply? All great questions and answers are available.

Below is some basic information about The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Colorado and its programs, but if you really want to learn more, you can fill out the short questionnaire below and someone will contact you to talk about how to apply, time requirements, costs and just about anything else you may need to know.

Why Choose The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Colorado?

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Colorado is a great place to begin your education for the restaurant and hospitality industry and draws on almost five decades of educational experience. You instructors are experienced and come from the professional ranks.

The International Culinary School at The Art Institutes was founded in 1952 as an arts and crafts school but has since grown and branched out into many areas of professional careers. The schools mission is to provide higher education programs leading to professional opportunities in the fields of culinary arts.

Programs of Study

Associate of Applied Science degree & Diploma in Baking & Pastry: a program combining hands baking with an emphasis on pastry and bread making with business skills and critical thinking.

Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts: This degree program builds on the material covered in the certificate course and through instruction gives the student a foundation in hand and knife skills as well as a more in-depth study of baking and pastry preparation. The student will also learn about pantry cooking, American and international cuisines. There is a focus on the development of presentation, teamwork, and time management skills. Instructors will also give an advanced course in food preparation that will also you to create delicious dishes from even the most basic ingredients. Graduates from this program will be able to join the food service industry in entry-level positions such as line cook, prep cook and first cook in food service facilities such as hotels the world over.

Bachelor of Science degree in Culinary Management: This program is geared to give the student the necessary skills to enter the business end of culinary arts. Students of this program will be given a foundation in such skill areas as personnel management, accounting, financial management, cost control and facility design. This rigorous program led by instructors will prepare its graduates to enter the food service industry in entry-level positions such as restaurant manager and catering manager in such facilities as hotels the world over.

Bachelor of Arts in Food & Beverage Management: This 12-quarter program prepares students for employment in food and beverage management in restaurants, hotels, resorts, casinos, cruise ships and more. Courses offered in this program range from catering and event management to introduction to culinary skills to viticulture and vinification. This diverse and popular program is great for students looking to become managers of bars, wineries, gourmet boutiques, supermarkets and other businesses with food and beverage services.

Bachelor of Arts Hospitality Management: This hospitality management degree program is designed for students who want to learn all of the aspects of the hospitality industry, from culinary education to hotel and restaurant management to business skills and more. Graduates from this program may seek employment in hotels, restaurants, resorts, and may be able to work their way up to corporate management.

Diploma in Culinary Arts: This diploma program in Culinary Arts prepares students with a hands-on approach for entry-level employment in various food service positions. Students in this program will learn fundamental skills in culinary arts as well as: food preparation methods, sanitation & safety, nutrition, regional and worldly cuisines and more. Instructors will also give students a practical hands-on knowledge of the realities in today’s food service industry with live demonstrations in a professional environment.

The City of Denver, Colorado

Just outside the city limits are the foothills with gentle peaks ranging from 7,000 to 11,000 feet. And just a little further is the Continental Divide with a series of peaks as high as 14,000 feet and home to some great skiing.

The weather in Denver is wonderful. Although a little dry for my tastes, Denver averages 300 days of sunshine annually. Winters are mild with average daily temperatures of 45 degrees F.

There is a central downtown area with over 5,000 hotel rooms, a performing arts center, a conventions center, shops, department stores and plenty of restaurants and night spots.

If you are interested in any of these great programs at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Colorado, please click on the button below, fill out the form and a representative will contact you to answer your questions and send more information about the school including an application.