Cake Decorating - Certificate
The Cake Decorating Certificate program will teach students how to apply and use the latest baking techniques and tools with direct experience internships in commercial, state-of-the-art kitchens. This certificate will emphasize American and European cake construction and artistry.
For more information, contact:
Geoff Blount - (843) 839-7002
HGTC's Cake Design Certificate graduates will find employment in the following areas:
- Bake shops (small and large)
- Country Clubs
- Hotels and Resorts
- Supermarket Bakeries
Gainful Employment Information
See: Cake Decorating Gainful Employment Information.
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Course Sequence and Progression Requirements
A minimum grade of C or better is required for all CUL and BKP-prefixed courses for progression and graduation. Most Cake Design (CUL , BKP) courses are offered only once each year, so following the recommended course sequence is extremely important.
|First Semester - Fall|
|BKP 119||Intro to Baking and Pastry||3|
|BKP 210||Advanced Cakes||3|
|CUL 113||Success in Hospitality Studies||1|
|Second Semester - Spring|
|BKP 121||Cake Decorating Finishing Techniques||3|
|BKP 236||Bakery and Pastry Capstone||3|
|CWE XXX||CWE - Work Experience||3|
|IDS 105||Career Assessment and Exploration||1|
Total Credit Hours