Every year approximately 9 students graduate with a degree in pastry from Louisiana schools. If you too are interested in a career in pastry, Louisiana has 1 pastry schools for you to choose from. Yearly tuition at pastry schools in Louisiana for a certificate in pastry is $2,466 per year.
The largest pastry school in Louisiana, by student population is Delgado Community College. It is located in New Orleans. Approximately 9 students graduated with a pastry certificate from Delgado Community College in 2009, which is 100% of the total state pastry graduates for that year. Tuition at Delgado Community College, was $2,466 per year in 2010.
A majority of those with an education in pastry pursue a career as a pastry chef. The job outlook for pastry chefs in Louisiana is average. In Louisiana, there are currently about 1,800 pastry chefs. This number is projected to increase to 1,970 by the year 2018. This indicates a 9% change in the number of pastry chefs in Louisiana.
As a pastry chef in Louisiana you can expect to earn anywhere from less than $16,027 per year to more than $29,011 per year. In Louisiana, pastry chefs make an average of $20,355 per year.