Hospitality Management (Culinary Art)

Hospitality Management with a Concentration in Culinary Art, Associate of Applied Business

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HOSP-1010Introduction to the Hospitality Industry2
HOSP-1020Sanitation and Safety2
HOSP-1031Fundamentals of Culinary Arts3
HOSP-1040Customer Service2
HOSP-1552Introduction to Baking & Pastries3
Select one of the following:3
College Composition I
Honors College Composition I
DIET-1200Basic Nutrition3
HOSP-1451Contemporary Cuisine4
HOSP-2700Hospitality Purchasing2
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College Composition II
Honors College Composition II
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Introduction to Microcomputer Applications
Honors Introduction to Microcomputer Applications
HOSP-1940Culinary Arts/Professional Baking Field Experience1
MATH-1xxx1000-level MATH course or higher3
HOSP-1650Dining Room Operations2
HOSP-1940Culinary Arts/Professional Baking Field Experience1
HOSP-2330Menus and Facilities Planning & Design3
HOSP-2350Restaurant Operations3
HOSP-2500Hospitality Cost Control3
HOSP-2560Garde Manger3
HOSP-2400Hospitality Management and Supervision3
HOSP-2651Banquet Management and Production4
HOSP-2992Culinary Evaluation and American Regional Cuisine2
HOSP-xxxxHOSP elective course2-3
Arts and Humanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences requirement3

Electives

HOSP-1710Doing Business as a a Personal Chef3
HOSP-1730International Cuisine3
HOSP-2550Baking Production and Sales II3
HOSP-2750Culinary Competition2

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