Dec 03, 2021  
Course/Program Inventory 
    
Course/Program Inventory

Culinary Arts


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Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree in

 Culinary Arts

Program of Study Summary

 

CIP codes:                                                            Possible SOC codes:

API CIP code: 07.12.0503.00 or 32.52.0201.01    SOC 1: 35-1011       SOC 4: 51-3000

Actual CIP code: 12.0503.00                                 SOC 2: 35-1019       SOC 5: 51-0000

Concentration CIP code: 12.0503.00                     SOC 3: 51-3011       SOC 6: 35-3020

 

Program Description:

The Culinary Arts A.A.S. degree program prepares students for careers as chefs and culinary professionals in a variety of hospitality businesses.  The program includes a core of culinary arts courses which develop cooking skills and provide instruction in purchasing, cost control, sanitation, nutrition, and supervision.  In addition, students receive a well-rounded academic experience including business, computer, and liberal arts courses that prepare students for a successful career as culinary professionals.  Opportunities for graduates include careers as executive chefs, sous-chefs, pastry chefs, line cooks, kitchen managers, catering managers, and even food sales and marketing executives.

 

Professional Accrediting Body:  Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation

State Agency/Entity Oversight: None

Applicable Industry Certification(s) and/or Licensure(s):

Culinary Arts

Curriculum

 

 

Curriculum


General Education Requirements


Courses  15-16 SCH
ENGL 1010 - English Composition I   3
SPEECH ELECTIVE    3
MATH 1010 or HIGHER             3
HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS ELECTIVE      3
SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES ELECTIVE       3

* COURSES MUST BE CHOSEN FROM THE TBR CAMPUS-APPROVED LIST OF COMMON GENERAL EDUCATION CORE COURSES.                   

Additional Approved Courses


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