2018/2019 Catalog > Hotel & Restaurant Management > Pastry Arts Management
Please select from the following degrees, which are available for this program of study:

Learn the craft of creating high quality desserts including chocolates, decorative baking, plated desserts, creams, puddings, sauces, tortes and specialty cakes, and gain knowledge about how to manage people and resources in a business operation.

This major develops skills and knowledge necessary to obtain entry-level employment in bakeries, restaurants, casinos, spas and resorts as a baker, pastry chef, cake decorator, bakery manager, or as an independent business owner.

National career and salary information

No faculty associated with this department are listed in the staff directory.

Adjunct Faculty

Richard Nemetz * 800-377-5222 x7515
Office: Bldg 30 - Culinary Arts Rm 108

Salvatore Shandra * 800-377-5222 x7516
Office: Bldg 30 - Culinary Arts Rm 102

The Joseph A. Paglianite Culinary Institute at Luzerne County Community College offers students individualized cooking stations that are equipped with all cooking equipment and gadgets - a pastry lab, a line kitchen with attached dining room, a computer/learning resource center, smart classrooms, two student lounges, rest rooms with lockers and showers.

The Institute also features the Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Room - a climate controlled chocolate/sugar room, and the Kowalski Auditorium and Media Center - a state-of-the-art broadcasting studio with a demonstration kitchen and the latest technology including video conferencing and high definition video capabilities, and an auditorium for culinary demonstrations.

  • Job/Career Fair
    A great opportunity for our students to learn more about area businesses. It provides an opportunity for student to explore the major choice options. This event provides a way for students to engage with area business to discuss future career internships/job opportunities. Our alumni are invited to participate which gives students an opportunity to network and learn about the world of work.
  • Business Etiquette Luncheon
    The luncheon designed to inform students on how to dress and shake hands as well as eating and drinking at a luncheon. It will address small talk and conversation stoppers in additional to conversational zones.
  • Information Night
    Every Spring the department holds a Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Information Night at the Joseph A. Paglianite Culinary Arts Institute in Nanticoke.