Business & Economics
Janice A. Thornton
Arts & Sciences
Benjamin W. Wyatt
Science & Tech.
School of Arts & Sciences
Name: Culinary Arts
Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management
Course Numbers: 101-580
Core Credit Hours: Variable: 40-84
Concentration Credit Hours: Minimum: 54
Associate Requirements: Minimum: 60 Credit Hours
Bachelor Requirements: Minimum: 122 Credit Hours
Graduate: Minimum: 36 Credit Hours
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Cutting-edge, and preparing students for success in the professional kitchen with our innovative Culinary Arts degree program. If you have a passion for cooking, baking, and food-service quality, This degree program is the right fir for you.
You will gain the skill-set that will prepare you to be an accomplished professional in the culinary arts and hospitality industry.
Master both classic and contemporary culinary methods and techniques.
Learn and understand the many global cuisines that drive today’s industry.
Expand your horizons in baking, nutrition, menu development, writing, communication, management, and cost control.
Major Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree in
Modern Science & Scientific Reasoning
Principles of Economics
World History 1865-Present
Introduction to Psychology
Orientation to Culinary Arts
Professional Skills Development
Calculus & Analytical Geometry
Introduction to Business
Intro to Marketing & Commerce
Ethics and the Practice of Management
Introduction to Culinary Chemistry
Concepts in Precision Temperature Cooking
Introduction to Computer Science
Dynamics of Heat Transfer & Properties of Food
Flavor Science and Perception
Food & Beverage Management
Introduction to Philosophy
Personnel Development & Retention
Introduction to Lodging Service Operations
Principles of Microeconomics
Baking & Pastry Arts
Advanced Methods of Cookery & Food Preparation
Menu & Event Planning & Implementation
The Art & Discipline of Leadership
Facility Valuation, Sanitation, and Safety Analysis
Costing & Inventory Control Methods
Culture, Conflict & Communications
Human Resource Management
The above courses represent the Culinary Arts degree program in general. Additional requisites may be required, additional science or arts (core) classes may be required.
Contact Admissions today and inquire about a program for your needs. Associate, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate, as well as certificate programs.
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