List of Programs Requiring CUL1010
Program Title: Culinary Arts
The Culinary Arts program, accredited by the American Culinary Federation, leads to an associate degree in applied science and A.C.F. certification. The A.C.F. certification of C.C. or C.S.C. dependent on students' work experience at time of graduation. Alumni and students in the program have won prestigious awards for technical skills and industry achievement from nationally recognized associations. The program curriculum is designed to prepare the student for a career as a culinary professional that may lead to a position as an executive chef or food and beverage manager with professional work experience. The first year emphasizes foundation skills, knowledge, and technical processes of food safety, cookery, baking, and guest services. The second year builds on student's skills to include the study and practice of classical and contemporary cuisines, pastries and skill refinement. Management principles, industry standards, human resources, and financial applications practiced in food and beverage operations will be presented throughout the curriculum.
Program Title: Management Development - Hospitality
This program, leading to an Associate in Applied Science Degree, is designed to develop skills and knowledge essential for employment in the Hospitality Industry to include food and beverage operations, guest services, sales and event planning. The program provides courses in sanitation certification, wine and spirits, front office operations, event planning, financial analysis and leadership management.
Program Title: Culinary Arts - Baking and Pastry Arts Certificate
This certificate program provides the student with knowledge and hands on skill development required for a career in baking and pastry arts. It is a unique pastry program in that each hands on course is designed to build on knowledge and further develop technical skills attained from foundation course. Student will experience multiple styles of baking and pastry production, cake decorating and product merchandising to prepare them for career path options required of a pastry arts professional. The choice of specialty electives allows student the opportunity to refine their skills with a technique relevant to their career path desired. When all courses are completed, the student may apply for a certificate.