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An associate of applied science course of study is designed to impart practical skills that will be valuable in the student’s job after graduation. Compared to other types of degrees, there is a high proportion of hands-on instruction.

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Community Colleges of Spokane

If you are organized and efficient even when working under pressure and juggling a variety of tasks, enjoy learning new things, physically fit, like working as part of a ... [+]

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Do you dream of living in a faraway, exotic place or a favorite getaway spot closer to home? Mountain lodges, seaside and ski resorts — and your hometown — all need people who are skilled in hotel and restaurant management. Our graduates enjoy positions as operational managers, sales and marketing professionals, front-desk clerks, and night auditors. They also manage motels, restaurants, banquet and catering services, marinas, bars, dining rooms, and hotel room divisions.

If you are organized and efficient even when working under pressure and juggling a variety of tasks, enjoy learning new things, physically fit, like working as part of a team that serves the public, have a pleasant personality and a healthy dose of common sense, then you are the perfect candidate for a career in hotel and restaurant management!... [-]

USA Spokane
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Full-time
2 years
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Hawaii Community College

This program is designed to provide for entry‑level employment in hotels, full‑service restaurants, fast food restaurants, institutions (schools, hospitals, corrections, ... [+]

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

This program is designed to provide for entry‑level employment in hotels, full‑service restaurants, fast food restaurants, institutions (schools, hospitals, corrections, etc.) and private clubs. Accredited by the American Culinary Federation since July 2005.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion, students are prepared to:

Apply appropriate ethics for purchasing and receiving in the culinary industry. Demonstrate proper work attitudes and work habits. Demonstrate a general knowledge of culinary departmental functions and their relationship. Demonstrate an understanding of the culinary industry business operations. D... [-]
USA Hilo
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Full-time
Part-time
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Kalamazoo Valley Community College

This new go-to-work degree combines the competencies in brewing science and technology found in the brewing certificate with additional coursework in the sciences, busine ... [+]

This new go-to-work degree combines the competencies in brewing science and technology found in the brewing certificate with additional coursework in the sciences, business, sustainability studies, and allied fields. The program is designed to prepare students for technical and entrepreneurial careers in the brewing industry. Its development has been informed by industry partners and focus/advisory groups.

Currently enrolled students should check their Degree Works audit for specific course and program information. Students should also consult with a counselor or advisor for program specific information.

Required Classes Principles of Accounting 1 Business Principles/Practices ... [-]
USA Kalamazoo
January 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Kalamazoo Valley Community College

This new program of study was developed with advisory groups of chefs, farmers, food processors/distributors, and food industry entrepreneurs incorporating the latest pro ... [+]

This new program of study was developed with advisory groups of chefs, farmers, food processors/distributors, and food industry entrepreneurs incorporating the latest professional culinary standards. Graduates of the program will work as chefs or food entrepreneurs in a variety of settings using their "farm to table" competencies to positively impact health.

Students will spend most of their time working in a real production kitchen and foodservice environment, on a sustainable farm, and in an active food production and distribution facility. The curriculum is grounded at the intersection of food production, social justice, environmental sustainability, nutrition and health. Our close proximity to nursing and allied healthcare programs at the college and new state-of-the-art facilities for culinary, food production, and urban growing environments make this a unique hands-on learning opportunity.... [-]

USA Kalamazoo
January 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Western Iowa Tech Community College

The Culinary Arts program at WITCC is for anyone with a passion for food, creative expression and diligence. Our curriculum introduces students to unique ingredients in s ... [+]

The Culinary Arts program at WITCC is for anyone with a passion for food, creative expression and diligence. Our curriculum introduces students to unique ingredients in state-of-the-art facilities through smell, touch and taste, while honing the skills critical for conceptualizing and creating innovative dishes. The recipe for success in this program includes putting knowledge to practice in areas including Nutrition, Knife Skills, Sanitation and Safety, Cooking Methods and much more. Specialized course work in Art Appreciation, Ethnic World Cuisine, Front of House, Cost Control alongside other subjects provides a foundation to prepare graduates for a career in the many branches of culinary arts. Possible career paths include head chef, personal chef, catering chef, corporate chef and restaurant owner. Graduates can expect to start their careers making $10 to $16 an hour at entry-level positions, or approximately $28,000 as a salaried employee. Compensation varies depending on individual skill level, job title and location.... [-]

USA Sioux City
September 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Ancilla College

The A.A.S in culinary arts management prepares Ancilla students for successful careers in a growing field. Professional cooks work in restaurants, resorts, hotels, hospit ... [+]

We built a dining hall and student life center with a teaching kitchen in 2016. You could be among the first class in our new culinary arts program. The A.A.S in culinary arts management prepares Ancilla students for successful careers in a growing field. Professional cooks work in restaurants, resorts, hotels, hospitals, and corporate headquarters. Being a chef, for many people, is the first step into building a business in food service or resort management. You’ll find chefs in private homes, aboard cruise ships, and as vendors in high-end food trucks.

Courses Available with this Major Intro to Professional Cooking (CRT 101) Basic Food Preparation (CRT 102) Sanitation and Safety (CRT 103) Intro to Food & Beverage Industry (CRT 104) Intro to Pastry & Baking (CRT 105) Menu Planning & Design (CRT 106) Inventory Control & Purchase (CRT 107) Intro to Vineyards & Beverages (CRT 108) Regional & International Cuisine (CRT 109) A La Carte I (CRT 210) A La Carte II (CRT 211) Restaurant Layout and Design (CRT 212) Garde Manger (CRT 213) Culinary Externship (CRT 299) What are my career options with this program? Professional chef Food preparation technician Line cook Baker Food safety inspector Restaurant manager Sous chef ... [-]
USA Donaldson
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
College of du Page

If you have a passion for food, the Culinary Arts program is both exciting and challenging. Classes are taught in a state-of-the-art kitchen, facilities. ... [+]

If you have a passion for food, the Culinary Arts program is both exciting and challenging. Classes are taught in a state-of-the-art kitchen, facilities.

Career Information

The hospitality industry is the nation's largest private sector employer. More than two million jobs are expected to be added through 2016. If you are friendly and energetic, creative, self-motivated, a problem solver and a hands-on participant, then you may be right for a career within this industry.

Culinary Arts graduates become chefs in major restaurants or start their own businesses. Typical salaries include the following:

Executive Chef: $73,400 Sous Chef: $42,300 Degree and Certificate

College of DuPage offers an associate in applied science (A.A.S.) degree in Culinary Arts and a certificate in Culinary Arts.... [-]

USA Glen Ellyn
September 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Kendall College

This six-quarter program prepares graduates to enter the baking and pastry profession with confidence. Students learn the science behind baking in lecture and application ... [+]

Associate of Applied Science in Baking and Pastry

This six-quarter program prepares graduates to enter the baking and pastry profession with confidence. Students learn the science behind baking in lecture and application. They apply this knowledge in our commercial-grade bakeshop facilities, while gaining hands-on mixing, shaping and baking techniques, and creative design capabilities. Their creativity comes out in the chocolate and confectionery classes as well as the show stopping wedding cake course. Students also design and serve desserts in our Zagat-rated fine-dining restaurant that is open to the public five days a week for lunch and dinner.Graduates of this program work in bakeries, patisseries, restaurant and hotel kitchens, food corporations and more. Some go on to own their own businesses.... [-]

USA Chicago
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
Kendall College

Many of our students discover their true passion for food and foodservice later in life, after they've already acquired an undergraduate degree or spent decades in other ... [+]

Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts, AcceleratedMany of our students discover their true passion for food and foodservice later in life, after they've already acquired an undergraduate degree or spent decades in other industries.In just five quarters, the Accelerated AAS program at Kendall College gives students the same depth of culinary education as the traditional AAS program, without repeating general education requirements completed at other colleges.Program Completion

The program completion rate is the percentage of students who graduated between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012, who completed this program in the normal completion time.

Frequently, students at Kendall College choose to attend on a part-time basis and as a result, their completion times may vary substantially. The program completion time may also vary depending on transfer of credit and the pace at which a student chooses to complete the program.... [-]

USA Chicago
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
Kendall College

This program uniquely fuses the art and science of cooking with an introduction to critical business management practices. Over the course of six quarters, students recei ... [+]

Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts

This program uniquely fuses the art and science of cooking with an introduction to critical business management practices. Over the course of six quarters, students receive rigorous culinary training, leadership skills and the positive, collaborative attitude needed to excel in the foodservice world.



At Kendall, we start with the fundamentals, then incorporate advanced culinary techniques and skills. Students practice what they learnin real-world environments beyond the classroom, including the three Kendall restaurants and through mandatory internships.

This program also requires the completion of general education coursework, including composition, foreign languages, computer literacy and the humanities.... [-]

USA Chicago
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
Parkland College

Restaurant management involves aspects of public relations, inventory, dealing with staff, customer service, etc. Managers need to ensure that the restaurant operates eff ... [+]

Restaurant management involves aspects of public relations, inventory, dealing with staff, customer service, etc. Managers need to ensure that the restaurant operates efficiently and profitably. They need to be both business-like and creative. Sometimes a restaurant owner will also double as the restaurant manager. A strong manager is essential for restaurant success - he or she is normally the person handling both staff, as well as customer issues.

The Restaurant Management Program prepares students for career-track positions in the restaurant, catering, and institutional food service field. Specialized courses are offered in quantity food preparation; supervision; food, beverage, and labor cost control; and menu planning in the foodservice industry.... [-]

USA Champaign
September 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Henry Ford College

The Associate in Applied Science in Culinary Arts provides opportunities for students to build character, leadership, and technical skills that are necessary for success ... [+]

Description

The Associate in Applied Science in Culinary Arts provides opportunities for students to build character, leadership, and technical skills that are necessary for success in the global industry of hospitality and tourism. For a four-year degree in Hospitality Management, continue in Henry Ford College's Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts degree.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

Execute a menu from start to finish in compliance with ACF category F and G standards for edible hot and cold food. Relate restaurant operations and scenarios to FDRP standards and procedures. Based on MLCC and MRA standards, assess when and how beer, wine and spirits are served in a licensed establishment Based on NRA standards, decide how to handle various types of food in order to prevent foodborne illness. Incorporate professional work behaviors to complete 300 hours of supervised internship. Organize examples of various segments (Non-Commercial, Lodging, Sports & Leisure, Restaurant, Casino) and job opportunities in the Hospitality Industry. Career Opportunities ... [-]
USA Detroit
January 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Stanton University

The Associate of Applied Science Degree program in Culinary Arts with an emphasis in Korean Cuisine is a 92-unit program defined by curriculum with courses of rigorous cu ... [+]

Program and Objectives

The Associate of Applied Science Degree program in Culinary Arts with an emphasis in Korean Cuisine is a 92-unit program defined by curriculum with courses of rigorous culinary training, food business management, and study of social and scientific aspects of food. This program focuses on providing hands-on experience of Korean culinary practices along with a profound understanding of the nature of Korean food and ingredients. For successful completion of the program, students fulfill 24 units of General Education requirement in the areas of English, social science, humanity and math and science abided by the institutionally enforced general education requirements for associate degree programs. For the students who are fluent in Korean, the English Proficiency requirement will be waived. (The program is prepared in English and Korean).... [-]

USA Garden Grove
September 2020
Full-time
Part-time
2 - 4 years
Campus
Delaware County Community College

The Culinary Arts program prepares students for employment in various segments of the foodservice industry in positions such as restaurant chef, banquet chef, sous chef, ... [+]

The Culinary Arts program prepares students for employment in various segments of the foodservice industry in positions such as restaurant chef, banquet chef, sous chef, kitchen manager, production cook, line cook and prep cook. The program includes academic courses, skills development in kitchen lab courses, and practical internship experience.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

Demonstrate knowledge and use of foodservice and culinary terminology; Exhibit the ability to identify various food products and their common uses; Demonstrate various cooking methods and appropriate presentation techniques; Demonstrate the ability to properly use and care for professional food service equipment and culinary tools; Produce foods that meet employers' standards and satisfy consumer demands; Exhibit ability to produce various ethnic and regional cuisines; Demonstrate the ability to apply principles of good nutrition in producing foods that meet consumer demands; Demonstrate knowledge of safe and food handling practices; Receive food handlers' sanitation certification; Seek successful employment in a wide variety of commercial and non-commercial food service operations; Demonstrate accepted practices and procedures required for planning, operation and record keeping as applied in a restaurant, catering or food service operation. ... [-]
USA Philadelphia
September 2020
Full-time
2 - 3 years
Campus