Demand for culinary and hospitality professionals is booming in Central Texas. ACC’s culinary and hospitality programs prepare Central Texans for creative careers in food, travel, and tourism with certificate and degree programs.
Whether you want to run a cozy bakery or work in a Michelin-starred kitchen, ACC’s culinary programs provide career training that employers look for. Learn valuable skills in baking and pastry, culinary arts, entrepreneurship, and more. ACC culinary faculty have a combined several decades of experience in the food industry.
Depending on courseload and whether you choose an associate degree or a certificate, you can get training in the culinary arts in as little as one year at ACC.
Earn an AAS in baking and pastry or culinary arts. Classes prepare students to enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year college for a bachelor’s degree. Coursework covers pastry, breads, nutrition, food safety, meat handling, preparation, and much more.
A culinary arts certificate from ACC can be the first step toward an AAS or to a career in a commercial kitchen. Students learn the fine art of pastry or chef training.
Austin is a destination city for tourists, festival-goers, day-trippers and other visitors. Whether you like the excitement of working in a downtown first-class hotel or managing events, ACC has the hospitality training program for you, right here in Central Texas. Programs include:
Hospitality and culinary professionals are in high demand in Austin. Get started on your career with a degree or certificate from ACC . Click Request Info for more information, or hit Apply to get started.
ACC's Culinary, Hospitality & Tourism programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
ACC's Culinary Arts Program is now offered at ACC Highland. Students work in new, state-of-the-art kitchens that feature advanced equipment, multiple prep and demo kitchens, and a new, expanded student-run restaurant open to the public - Eatery 73.