Culinary Arts Management

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

Community & Corporate Education

This two-year program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts Management. The program is designed to prepare individuals for supervisory or technical positions in the food service industry. Typical graduates will work in supervision or food preparation at restaurants, hotels and institutions. The curriculum emphasizes practical experiences through cooperative education, laboratory and classroom opportunities.

Total Hours: 70

First Semester
Credit Hours
CSCI 1101 Introduction to Computers 3.00
CULA 1201 Professional Cooking I 6.00
CULA 1207 Culinary Math1 3.00
ENGL 1101 Rhetoric and Composition 1 3.00
PSYC 2101 Introduction to Psychology or PSYC 2106 Human Relations 3.00
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Second Semester
COMM 1101 Principles of Effective Speaking 3.00
CULA 1202 Nutrition & Menu Planning 3.00
CULA 1203 Professional Cooking II 6.00
CULA 1205 Food Sanitation 2.00
CULA 2203 Dining Room & Banquet Management 4.00
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Third Semester
CULA 2201 Professional Baking Techniques 6.00
CULA 2202 Restaurant Management 3.00
CULA 2205 Restaurant Cost Control 3.00
CULA 2209 Professional Cooking III 6.00
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Fourth Semester
BUSI 1202 Work Ethics 1.00
COOP 1101 Cooperative Experience I 1.00
CULA 2204 Garde Manger 4.00
CULA 2206 Restaurant Operations 5.00
CULA 2211 American Regional Cuisine 5.00
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Recommended Electives
CULA 1208 Professional Artisan Bread 3.00
CULA 2207 Professional Pastry Principles 6.00
CULA 2208 Exploring Wines2 4.00
CULA 2210 Restaurant Production Desserts 2.00
1 Prerequisite course(s) may be required based on test scores.
2 21 years of age or older.
NOTE: Reading course(s) may be required based test scores.