Associates of Science in Food and Beverage Studies

An associate degree often comes in many forms and can be an important next step in the continuation of your educational career. Regardless of the field you are looking to enter, there are typically many programs available that may suit your specific situation and field of interest. What is an Associate of Science in Food and Beverage Studies? It is typically a comprehensive degree available to ind… Read more

An associate degree often comes in many forms and can be an important next step in the continuation of your educational career. Regardless of the field you are looking to enter, there are typically many programs available that may suit your specific situation and field of interest.

What is an Associate of Science in Food and Beverage Studies? It is typically a comprehensive degree available to individuals interested in pursuing a career in the culinary field. You may have the opportunity to learn and prepare a variety of foods, whether a fine dinner, baked goods, or something more casual such as a hamburger and fries. Additionally, students enrolled in this field of study will often learn the business end of the culinary trade, thereby understanding the day-to-day financial obligations involved in running businesses such as a restaurant or catering company.

Given the importance of an education in today’s job market, having that associate degree may give you an added advantage when applying for that desired position as a cook, chef or manager with a company that has captured your interest.

The cost of this degree may depend on the school that you are looking to attend and how many courses are required. In terms of duration, many associate degrees are a two-year program. However, it could take less or more time depending on how many classes you choose to take during a given semester.

Those who acquire an Associate of Science in Food and Beverage Studies will often have a honed background in cooking and food preparation along with a detailed knowledge of the business side of the culinary industry. Whether you are looking to work as a cook or chef in a restaurant, as a baker within a bakery, or perhaps as an operations manager within a catering hall, this degree generally makes sure that you have had the proper combination of classroom education and hands-on experience.

There may be accredited colleges and universities that offer an Associate of Science in Food and Beverage Studies. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Glendale Community College
Glendale, USA

Upon completion of this program, students will demonstrate skills and knowledge required in the field of restaurant management including professional cooking, sanitation pract ... +

Upon completion of this program, students will demonstrate skills and knowledge required in the field of restaurant management including professional cooking, sanitation practices, institutional purchasing, beverage and bar operations, banquet and catering presentation, and management principles for food service personnel. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Mt. San Antonio College
Walnut, USA

This Associate of Science in Hospitality and Restaurant Management prepares students for mid-level or Manager-In-Training position in the hospitality industry. Students gain p ... +

This Associate of Science in Hospitality and Restaurant Management prepares students for mid-level or Manager-In-Training position in the hospitality industry. Students gain practical and management training in food safety and sanitation, food production, dining room service management, supervision, cost control, financial accounting, lodging management, and hospitality law. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Sullivan County Community College
Loch Sheldrake, USA

The Associate in Occupational Science degree in Culinary Arts prepares the student for entry-level work in the culinary field. The emphasis in the professional courses is on t ... +

The Associate in Occupational Science degree in Culinary Arts prepares the student for entry-level work in the culinary field. The emphasis in the professional courses is on the theory, practice and hands-on work in culinary arts. Students work with industry professionals in several kitchens, bakeries and the Grossinger Dining Room. Students also take courses in Hospitality Purchasing, Cost Control, and Human Resources to round out their knowledge. They receive ServSafe and TIPS certifications as part of their coursework. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
4 semesters
English
Campus
 
The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College
Philadelphia, USA

Our Associate of Science in Culinary Arts program provides a comprehensive overview of creative cooking at the professional level.

Our Associate of Science in Culinary Arts program provides a comprehensive overview of creative cooking at the professional level. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
Part-time
60 weeks
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 
The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College
Philadelphia, USA

Future bakery owners and pastry chefs will find the path to sweet success in our Associate of Science in Pastry Arts program.

Future bakery owners and pastry chefs will find the path to sweet success in our Associate of Science in Pastry Arts program. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
Part-time
60 weeks
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 

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