Course Details

Bachelor in Patisserie Arts (Hons)

Management and Science University (MSU)




  • Description

    The patisserie world is a dynamic and rapidly growing industry with new trends emerging ever so often. To stay ahead in this competitive market, you need to be in the know with the latest techniques and trends. You must vigorously train in creativity and detailing, and prepare yourself to lead and be business savvy in running entire operations that can range from handling cleanliness and safety issues to controlling cost and quality. Bachelor in Patisserie Arts at Management and Science University will prepare you for these challenges and the pace of the baking industry. Experience working abroad under the guidance of international pastry chefs when you embark on the MSU Global Internship Programme, giving you a competitive edge in the food and beverage industry.

    Field of Study

    Hospitality & Tourism

    Duration (Years)


    Course Fees

    RM 77,960 (USD 18,710.4)

    MQA No.


    Degree Type

    Internal Degree

  • Intake (Month)

    February, July, September

Entry Requirements


     Pass STPM/with at least a (2.00 CGPA) in two (2) subjects

  • A-Level

    Pass A-Level with at least a C  in two (2) subjects.

  • UEC

    UEC with a B in at least five (5) subjects

  • Certificate/Foundation

    Matriculation/Foundation with 2.00 CGPA 

  • Diploma

    Diploma (MQF Level 4) with 2.00 CGPA

  • Other

    Any other equivalent qualification recognized by MSU Senate

  • English Requirements

    Refer to the university

Programme Structure

  • Year 1

    Fundamentals of Pastry and Bakery

    Bread Making and Technique

    Accounting Principles for Service Industry

    Cake Making

  • Year 2

    Chocolate and Petit Four

    Restaurant Planning and Design

    Patisserie Artistry

  • Year 3

    OSHA Management

    Advanced Pastry and Confectionery Techniques

    Industrial Training

Additional Information

  • Fees
    RM 77,960 (USD 18,710.4)

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