The Louisiana Culinary Institute is licensed by the Louisiana Board of Regents, is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE), is a member of the Louisiana Restaurant Association (LRA), and is a member of the National Restaurant Association (NRA). Graduates are awarded an Associate of Occupational Studies Degree in Culinary Arts with concentrations in Advanced Culinary Arts or Advanced Baking and Pastry. Depending upon concentration choice, students are eligible for certification with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation's ManageFirst Program in ServSafe® Food Safety and Sanitation, Customer Service, Controlling Foodservice Costs, Inventory and Purchasing and Hospitality and Restaurant Management.
The Louisiana Culinary Institute is a culinary arts institute currently operating in Baton Rouge. The school was founded in June, 2003. LCI offers Associate degrees in Advanced Baking and Pastry and Advanced Culinary Arts. The program is 16 months, class is Mon-Thursday 8am-1:45pm. Night Classes for the Baking and Pastry program are Monday 5pm-10pm and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 3pm-8pm.
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