California Culinary Academy, Culinary Arts Schools
Executive chefs make more money than any other professionals in the food service industry. In a 2005 survey the medial salary for US executive chefs was $80,000, up 1.2%.. 12% of executive chefs had salaries well over the $100,000, with some reported to make close to $200,000 yearly.
Culinary Arts Schools: California Culinary Academy - San Francisco, CA
What better place to train for a culinary career than one of the world's great culinary and hospitality centers - San Francisco! At the California Culinary Academy, you can take advantage of San Francisco's beauty and cultural offerings while gaining the skills you need to work at fine restaurants, top hotels, pastry shops, and more.
The 60-week Associate Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts program takes a global look at cuisine emphasizing the principles and procedures as well as the history, evolution, and diversity of culinary arts. The 45-week Associate Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Hospitality & Restaurant Management program covers all aspects of restaurant business - for students planning to own or manage a food service establishment. The 30-week Baking and Pastry Arts Certificate program covers breads and doughs, cakes, service pastry and desserts, and chocolate, confectionery and show pieces.
Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts
Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) Degree in Le Cordon Bleu Hospitality & Restaurant Management
Baking & Pastry Arts Certificate Program
During that same time the salaries for sous chefs and food and beverage managers remained about the same. If you think it takes a lot of work to reach the status of executive chef, you are right. Along with an education in culinary arts an executive chef has on average 11 years of experience, a sous chef 8 years of experience. A line cook may have an average of 6 years of experience.
Academy of New York