For those unable
to devote 16 weeks to their professional
development, AIB also offers seminars. Some
of these seminars can be combined with correspondence
courses as part of AIB's Career Path program.
Based on science and the wisdom of centuries
of baking tradition, every lesson:
• Has roots in the real world problems
of today’s bakers.
• Is taught by instructors with real
world baking experience.
• Focuses on the production of bread
and rolls, cake and sweet goods, cookies
and crackers, pizza, tortillas, and muffins.
• Teaches baking science and technology
and the latest best practices.
• Makes AIB’s world class food
safety best practices part of every lab
Career Path Programs
AIB's Career Paths Are...
• Effective - AIB
International Career Path programs have
trained thousands of industry professionals
in the practical application of scientific
principles that govern the production of
• Flexible - Students
complete a correspondence course at their
own pace, then have three years to complete
a series of hands-on technical seminars
at AIB in Manhattan, Kansas. These classes
are scheduled frequently for student convenience
and require only a week away from work for
• Comprehensive -
The required correspondence courses provide
the scientific and technical basis for detailed
lectures and carefully integrated hands-on
labs. Lab exercises demonstrate the function
of ingredients, troubleshooting, and approaches
to problem-solving that are useful as soon
as the student returns to work.
• Specific - AIB
tailors the Career Path curricula to the
specific needs of people with the specialties:
Bread and Rolls, Cookies and Crackers, Cake
and Sweet Goods, and Ingredient Service
• Affordable - Companies
and individuals pay for each course as it
is taken. No lump sum payment is required.
Baking students receive a $500 discount
for the last seminar, ingredient service
students get a $300 discount.
How does it work?
Step 1 - Choose one of
the four career path options listed below:
• Certified Baker - Bread and Rolls
• Certified Baker - Cake and Sweet
• Certified Baker - Cookies and Crackers
• Certified Ingredient Service Provider
Step 2 - Complete an enrollment
agreement and return it. (No payment is
required with the application.) The enrollment
agreement is available once you choose one
of the Career Path options listed above.
Step 3 - Begin enrolling
in courses. Although students can take courses
in any order, students typically begin with
the correspondence course. Students do not
have to complete the correspondence course
before attending seminars. However, our
instructors recommend that students with
little or no baking experience finish the
correspondence course before coming to AIB
for the career path seminars.
participants normally attend the seminars
under their specific path option first and
finish with the two core curriculum seminars
on science and management. If students are
likely to benefit from taking seminars in
a particular order, the seminars are scheduled
Step 4 - Students are allowed up to three
years from the date of first enrollment
to finish the entire program.
Certified Baker - Bread and Rolls
This program is designed for busy professionals
involved in the production of bread and
rolls who are not able to attend the AIB
Baking Science and Technology resident course.
The program is divided into the following
• Science of Baking Correspondence
• Principles of Bread and Roll Production
• Technology of Bread and Roll Production
• Advanced Bread and Roll Production
• Applied Baking Science Seminar
• Production/Operations Management
This program is offered twice each year.
The courses can be taken in any order. Earn
a $500 discount off the tuition of the last
seminar you take. The program should be
completed within three years of enrollment.
Who should attend? Production
Superintendents, Bread or Roll Production
Supervisors, Machine Operators, Suppliers,
Why should they attend?
The program participant will learn the terminology
of bread production, the function of ingredients,
the control of the processes, product formulation
and equipment used, the methods of troubleshooting
and problem prevention, quality control
disciplines, leadership and communication
skills, and financial management.
PLEASE NOTE: - You must
complete an Enrollment Agreement to be admitted
into the Certified Baker Program. You must
enroll separately in the correspondence
course and in each seminar required to complete
the Certified Program. Click here for the
enrollment agreement for this certified
program. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Free download available here.)
Submit the online application and the non-refundable
application fee of $80. No Application will
be processed until the application fee is
• Financial Affidavit as prescribed
• Bank Certificate showing balance
of 15-16 lakh approximately.
3. 10th Std. Mark sheet, Certificate/Diploma.
4. 12th Std. Mark sheet, Certificate/Diploma.
• TOEFL/ IELTS Score (If any), otherwise
take an English Proficiency Test on arrival.
• GPA 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or above,
Architecture/Accounting- 3.0 and Engineering-
• Photocopy of Passport.
We don’t required Recommendation letter
& Statement of purpose for Undergraduate
To pass the English proficiency requirement,
you must show one of the following scores:
TOEFL Score: 550/213/79
IELTS Score: 6.5 overall
Institutional code for reporting via ETS
Many Universities have rigid TOEFL requirements
for admission. However, Kansas State University
wants to make the admission process for
you as easy as possible. Undergraduate Student
can be admitted to the university without
a TOEFL score.
12th Std. Students can also take
admission on the 10 & 11th std. Mark