Students entering the Culinary Arts Certificate program or Food Service Management degree program prepare for careers in the hospitality industry. Students develop the skills needed to then seek employment in hotels, restaurants, resorts, casinos, clubs, catering, and corporate dining. Culinary careers encompass restaurant management, sales, product development, and entrepreneurship.
To meet the growing demand of the hospitality industry, two program options are available. Students may earn a Culinary Arts Certificate of Applied Science or a Food Service Management Associate of Applied Science degree.
The Culinary Arts certificate program is three semesters and provides an introduction to the field of culinary arts. Students prepare for an entry-level position in the expanding and challenging food service industry. This program incorporates comprehensive hands-on learning experiences complemented by supportive courses designed to prepare students for a wide range of career opportunities. This program also allows for a seamless transition into the Food Service Management degree.
Certificate of Applied Science - Culinary Arts
|Culinary Arts Required Courses||34|
Degree Specific Credits: 34
Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0
Note: See Program Director for scope and sequence advising. Please refer to online schedule for online course availability.
Culinary Arts Required Courses
|Complete all of the following courses:|
|ANTY 133X||Food and Culture||3|
|CULA 100||Culinary Arts Fundamentals||2|
|CULA 101||Introduction to Knife Skills and Butchery||2|
|CULA 105||Food Service Sanitation||2|
|CULA 157||Pantry & Garde Manger||3|
|CULA 160||Soups, Stocks, & Sauces||3|
|CULA 161||Meats & Vegetables||3|
|CULA 162||Storeroom Management and Receiving Operations||2|
|CULA 165||Baking & Pastry||5|
|M 105||Contemporary Mathematics||3|
|NUTR 221N||Basic Human Nutrition||3|
|WRIT 101||College Writing I||3|
Minimum Required Grade: C-