The Art Institute of Michigan

The Art Institute of Michigan Culinary School

Art Institute Michigan

28175 Cabot Drive – Novi, Michigan 48377

Start your culinary school education in Novi, MI

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

As someone interested in going to culinary school, you may be asking yourself – How much is this going to cost? Where do I start the process? How long will it take? How will I find a job after I graduate? Is there financial aid available? All great questions.

Below is some basic information about The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Michigan and its programs, but if you really want to learn more, you should fill out the short questionnaire 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 Michigan

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Michigan, formerly American Business and Fashion Institute, was established in 1973. You will be trained classically learning the principles of the great French chef Escoffier and building on those skills to understand today’s cuisine. Your instructors are Chefs who have worked in the culinary industry and are there to help you become successful.

Your education will include lectures, classroom demos, field trips, externships, classroom training but most importantly of all, hands on training. Your classes will average about 20 for kitchen labs and about 30 for group lectures.

Once you graduate, you will have the skills to enter the job market at an entry level position as a line cook, assistant pastry chef, catering cook or one of the other in demand positions in the culinary world.

Programs of Study

Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts: This degree program builds on the material covered in the certificate course and through expert 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.

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.

Bachelor degree in Culinary Arts 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.

More Information

If you are interested in any of these programs and would like to find out more, please request information from The Art Institute of Michigan – Novi (Detroit), MI.