The Culinary Certificate Program (CCP) is a 16-week-long study into the basics of culinary arts. This program mirrors the first half of the Professional Chef’s Program so that in this program students learn the basics of baking and savory cooking. This structure makes it easy for a student to transfer into the Professional Chef’s Program if desired. This program consists of a 19-hour a week schedule, which breaks down to two 8-hour labs and one 3-hour evening seminar per week.
The Culinary Arts Program of North Shore Community College creates competent, well rounded graduates fully prepared for careers in the food service industry. The evolution of cooking and baking from a trade to a profession is one that requires skills and dedication beyond a love of the creative process.
Food & Wine Experiential Programs
Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts
Beverage Studies Programs:
Certificates in Wine Studies:
Studies in Beer and Spirits
Introduction to Wine Making
Seminars in Food, Wine & the Arts: