Master’s degree programs offer students the opportunity to advance their careers with intensive education. Unlike undergraduate courses, master’s degree programs tend to involve a heavier focus on real-world projects and research.
What is a Master in Baking? This culinary program typically involves technique-based training as well as a strong theoretical background to foster creativity in the kitchen. Students can study the historical and cultural uses of baked goods while learning how to produce some of the sweetest and most contemporary foods from across the world. Additionally, students can gain the practical business acumen needed to succeed in a hospitality context by creating safe and efficient work environments. Due to the hands-on nature of this field, programs often include a larger portion of internship or practicum experience to coursework, but this may vary from institution to institution.
Studying baking at an advanced level provides graduates with many competitive skills such as time management, expert-level baking techniques, and business knowledge. These abilities can help graduates lead the culinary pack now and in the future as well as aid their financial-management skills.
Equipment, materials, location, and program duration are just a few of the many possible cost factors students should consider. For the most accurate financial information, potential learners should reach out to their program’s admissions or bursar’s offices.
Advanced training in baking can provide the opportunity for careers both near and far. Students can go on to find employment in the fields of hospitality, health services, and education. The combination of practical training and business focus can enable students to successfully run their own businesses or take part in larger organizations as pastry chefs, master bakers, wedding cake designers, pastry designers, and other related positions.
Since a Master in Baking entails so much hands-on activity, most coursework will need to be completed on campus. However, some programs may offer remote options for the theoretical or lecture-focused coursework. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Master course in Italian Cuisine and Oenology, lasting 180 days, is set out in two parts: the first, with a 55-day length, of theoretical-practical lessons at the ICIF headquarters, supplemented with educational field trips; the second consists in a 120-day professional internship (optional, not included in the subcription cost), at restaurants selected by the school. [+]
A journey through the world of patisserie, from workshop elaborations to sweet cuisine. The Master’s Degree in Contemporary Patisserie and Sweet Cuisine is the most complete and up-to-date training in the sweetest area of the kitchen. [+]