Everyone loves the baker. Spend less than a year with us, and that baker will be you. Master basic and advanced techniques to create cakes, pastries, bread, and more. Expert EICC instructors, state-of-the-art equipment, and a quick path to a career.
What You Learn in the Baking Certificate Program
There's a lot to learn before you open the oven. Kitchen safety and sanitation, the science of yeast, baking techniques, and more. You also learn the art of cake decorating. Want to build on these skills? Check out our Culinary Arts program.
What Can I Do With a Baking Certificate?
You can work at a corner bakery, commercial bakery, in grocery stores, and restaurants. You can expand your role, too. Many bakers supervise and hire other workers, train new staff, budget, order supplies, and serve customers.
A Solid Foundation
Yeast breads, cookies, creams, puddings. Theory and prep.
Learn what it takes to decorate a cake, then practice.
What's the percentage?
Advanced topics in yeast dough, sweet dough, and laminated dough production.
Sanitation and Safety
Where it starts
Sanitation and Safety
Prep to pass the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification.
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Be creative and have a professional career
In our culinary programs, master skills that will take you anywhere. Learn all aspects of the industry using state-of-the-art equipment. Learn from experts in the field, too. Choose from more than 80 internship sites. This is hands-on experience that helps you determine where you want to go and skills that provide a career for life.
Dedicated Program Advisor
We know your time is valuable and we honor it. Our program has one advisor who is dedicated to supporting you every step of the way through graduation. One call or one email, to one person. Get all of your questions answered, guidance on courses and schedules, and a familiar face and voice who recognizes yours, too.Contact Teri
Ready to Launch?
Start here. Earn a certificate. Build new skills in a short-term program. Step into the field and enjoy the edge you now have in the job market. From baking to digital analytics, we give you a launching pad.Where do you want to go?
Employment and Wage Outlook
How to Pay for EICC
College is more affordable than you think, especially when you factor in federal and state aid, loan options, scholarships, institutional grants, and Work-Study.
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