Business, Arts & Sciences

Baking & Culinary Tour

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June 10

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

9–10 AM

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the kitchens used for instruction and Le Jeune Chef, our on-campus casual fine dining restaurant. The live labs give students an opportunity to put their talent on the table and work with real customers.


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Explore our programs

Baking & Pastry Arts (A.A.S.)

Perfect your baking and pastry art skills in this three-semester program that features extensive hands-on experience in the lab and an internship. 

Culinary Arts Technology (A.A.S.)

Explore classical, American regional, and international cuisines, styles, and techniques. Travel the world of flavor and come home to a career you can truly enjoy for years to come.

Culinary Applications Certificate

From menu planning and food prep techniques to cooking methods and safety standards, you’ll build the hands-on experience to take your culinary career to a whole new level.

Professional Baking Certificate

In just two semesters you'll level up your baking skills with hands-on lessons focused on bread, cakes, desserts, confections, and business operations. 

Bachelor Degree Pathway

Rise to administrative and management positions in your field with an Applied Management (B.S.) degree, available online or on-campus.


A tip of the hat to the college's Derby megastars!

Nearly two dozen Penn College business and hospitality students made their mark at 149th running of the storied Kentucky Derby in early May. For the past 30 years, Penn College has been part of that story.


'Careers' class hears from astute hospitality practitioners

Culinary arts technology grad and current business administration student Melyce E. Kenyon, owner and operator of MK Bubble Drinks, visited with students in the Careers in Hospitality class, taught by Chef Mary G. Trometter, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts.


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