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Masters Degrees in Italian Cuisine in Italy

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

Master in Italian Cuisine in Italy

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Florence, Italy

The Master aims to provide technical-scientific skills related to the organoleptic qualities of products, skills that focus on the techniques and technologies of transformatio ... +

The Master aims to provide technical-scientific skills related to the organoleptic qualities of products, skills that focus on the techniques and technologies of transformation of wine and food products. To complete the course, theoretical and practical in-depth studies are foreseen with internships, on the aspects of catering and hospitality. Finally, a dedicated and specific space is provided for the acquisition of textual skills and abilities, aimed at ensuring full familiarity in interpreting and producing texts of different styles and aimed at different audiences. -
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Italian
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Calabria, Italy

Evolution is the first requirement of culinary education. This course is designed to meet this requirement and to act with immediate and effective results. Italian Cuisine &am ... +

Evolution is the first requirement of culinary education. This course is designed to meet this requirement and to act with immediate and effective results. Italian Cuisine & Wines Master’s Program, the most comprehensive culinary course in Italy, gives participants a global perspective of cooking and restaurant service enabling them to develop a personal sense of professionalism necessary for working successfully with advanced Italian cuisine in the foodservice and hospitality industry. The program is designed to integrate culinary training with academic studies and field experience using advanced cooking techniques, topics of contemporary significance, food science, aesthetics, and sensory perception as frameworks. The Evolution of Italian Cuisine is an examination of taste, ingredients, and flavoring techniques. Participants research and prepare representative Italian regional menu items as well as complete an intensive analysis of the principles of Italian cuisine. -
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Italian
Campus