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Yes, attending a Culinary Arts College give you the opportunity to start your own restaurant. However, it is recommended that you take business management courses to increase your credentials.

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Culinary management is the basically running, and owning a restaurant. In college, you are taught how to cook as well as run and own a restaurant. It can also be a chef.


Culinary Management, in college, encompasses not only how to cook, but the legalities and guidelines to owning and running a restaurant. Culinary Arts is how to cook and serve gourmet foods.


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Le Cordon Bleu, which is the 2nd best culinary arts college under Culinary Institute of America, would be a college for the reason that universities teach diverse subjects which Le Cordon Bleu does not. Le Cordon Bleu teaches culinary and restaurant managing so therefore be a college.


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Attending a good culinary college can make it easy to find a great job in a world-class kitchen. However, it’s sometimes hard to tell the good cooking schools from the bad ones, especially if you’ve never applied to a culinary college before. Class size is particularly important in culinary college, because new cooks will have a variety of weaknesses and strengths that require special attention from class instructors. Generally, it’s best to look for culinary colleges with small, 10-15 person classes. Be sure to carefully research this before applying to any school or college. Class size will definitely affect your ability to learn and the speed of your education. The best culinary colleges are very well-known, and part of what you pay for when getting an education from these schools is their name on your resume. Top kitchens will care more about the name of the school that you went to, so try to look for a culinary college that’s well regarded and well known in the industry. If you aren’t sure, do some research, and ask friends who cook or the chef at a local restaurant. These colleges can be more expensive, but you’ll find it much easier to get a high-paying job once your education is completed. Realize that there’s a big difference between a culinary school and a culinary college. A school usually doesn’t provide a degree, and the degree is what the best kitchens look for. A diploma is not a degree--it doesn’t imply the same amount of education, and it won’t be taken as seriously (although a diploma can still be very useful when trying to get a cooking job, especially if the diploma is in a specialized type of cooking). Last but not least, look for a culinary college that is accredited. Accreditation is not automatic, and it’s certainly important--from your potential future employers’ perspectives, of course, but also if you ever want to further your culinary education by attending additional schools. Without a history at an accredited culinary college, you might find it hard to further your cooking career, and after all, that’s the point of culinary college in the first place.


One great school that you can go to is Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. They are infamous and you will really get a good grasp of the education.


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Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Scottsdale was created in 1986.


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Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Las Vegas was created in 2003.




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