We've got the right ingredients for your career in Culinary Arts! Check out our brochure for an in-depth look at what you can be doing, and learning, at Lincoln!
The recipe for success is waiting for you at Lincoln Culinary Institute (LCI). Start turning your passion for food into a career with real-world training in the fun, exciting culinary arts fields! You’ll receive professional instruction from seasoned chefs, and our modern kitchens are equipped to let you cook, bake, prep and create cuisines from around the world – from amazing main courses to show-stopping desserts and delicious pastries.
Courses include studies in meats, poultry and seafood; food service operations; working with chocolate and sugar; international cuisine; baking cookies, pastries and cakes; bread-making; pairing foods and wines, and much more.
Lincoln's Culinary Arts Program Areas
Graduates of Lincoln Culinary Institute have gone on to launch careers in the kitchens of top restaurants, resorts, hotels, casinos, catering facilities, cruise lines – even Walt Disney World! Our Culinary Arts and Food Services program also gives you an introduction to business and marketing so you can pursue a career as a personal or private chef.
LCI training takes place in fully-equipped European-style kitchens, and you learn from professional chefs who have spent years building the kind of career you’re looking for! If you’re the kind of person whose best memories are made in the kitchen – if the idea of preparing and presenting amazing meals sounds like your ideal way to make a living – then culinary career training at LCI can help you create the kind of future you’ve been dreaming of.
Build culinary skills that are in demand* - call or visit a Lincoln Culinary Institute campus today.
Programs and courses vary by campus.
* Career growth projections can be found at careeronestop.org for the years 2016-2026. Ranks reflect comparisons among 48 continental U.S. states. Salary information is based on median salary information collected for the year 2017. Data is current as of September 30, 2018.