Culinary Arts Major
Associate Degree Course Sequence
SSC101 Student Success Seminar
CUL121 Sanitation & Safety
CUL122 Food Fundamentals
CUL123 Fundamental Cooking – Preparation I
BUS121 Business Administration
ENG124 College Composition
CUL125 Menu Planning
CUL126 Food Purchasing – Inventory Control
CUL124 Butchery & Fish – Preparation II
ITD122 Computer Applications for Professionals
ACC130 Business Law & Ethics
MTH106 Math for Technology
CUL221 Baking & Pastry – Preparation III
CUL223 Catering & Buffet/Event Management
CUL224 ServSafe – Alcohol
SOC225 Cultural Diversity
MGT121 Principles of Management
COM121 Effective Speaking
CUL230 Culinary Practicum
CUL222 Advanced Cookery – Preparation IV
MKT121 Principles of Marketing
TOTAL CREDITS 70
There’s a bounty of jobs in today’s restaurant industry. One of the largest private-sector employers, the industry employs nearly 13 million people, in both front-of-the-house and kitchen positions, according to the 2012 National Restaurant Association Restaurant Industry Forecast.
Also, the number of jobs for chefs, head cooks, and food preparation and serving supervisors is expected to increase by nine percent through 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' 2012-13 Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Despite the positive numbers, the plum jobs aren’t easy to come by. A culinary arts degree, along with determination and hard work, can make you a more competitive job candidate as you start your career.
Our new associate degree in culinary arts has the ingredients for your success.