Sep 30, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog and Student Handbook 
  
2020-2021 Catalog and Student Handbook

Advanced Culinary Arts Career Studies Certificate


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CIP Code: 12.0500
Length: 2 Semesters

Purpose

To continue to build food production knowledge and increase the skills necessary to advance in the hospitality field. There is continued demand for qualified cooks and food service managers within the restaurant industry, one of the major employers in the College’s service region. The Advanced program will give students both service and technical education in culinary arts and food service management, which will prepare them to be competent and confident professionals ready to enter and be successful in the industry. The Advanced Career Studies Certificate is designed to introduce students to a variety of Regional and International Cuisines. Students who wish to transfer to a degree program are encouraged to take the necessary general education courses in addition to completing the program content.

Occupational Objectives

Preparation for the following positions: Broiler Cook, Fry/Sauté Cook, Pantry Cook, Soup and Sauce Cook, Vegetable Cook, Lead Line Cook, Assistant Baker, Assistant Kitchen Manager, and Assistant Dining Room Manager.

Admission Requirements

Admission to the Advanced Culinary Arts Career Studies Certificate program is selective. Students admitted to the program must first complete the following:

Program Requirements

  • Maintain professionalism in both course and restaurant settings, especially in attitude and responsibility. If this is not maintained, termination from the program can result.
  • Acquire and maintain uniforms and equipment. These items are required and are the responsibility of the student. Instructor will provide specific information at the start of the program.
  • The College does not assume responsibility for accidents/incidents which may occur in instructional kitchen or restaurant settings, nor does it provide any student health services. The student assumes financial responsibility for accidents/incidents requiring medical attention.
  • Students are required to earn a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the curriculum to be awarded the Career Studies Certificate in Advanced Culinary Arts.

Program Progression

  • Portions of the program require off campus meetings. Any changes in location will be announced by the program head.
  • Attendance is critical. Absences will be excused only in extraordinary circumstances. Students who arrive late twice may be dismissed from the program. Students who are absent once may be dismissed from the program. Any circumstances affecting attendance must be discussed with the program head.
  • Students who satisfactorily complete the program are eligible for externships in regional restaurants. Students will arrange their externships individually with the program head.

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