Food Production

PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Completion of the coursework for the first two semesters of this program provides the students with a College-Approved certificate.  Courses completed in this certificate also meet requirements in the Culinary Arts associate degree.

The Food Production Certificate enables students to:

  • Practice the technical skills used in food preparation and service;
  • Establish and maintain sanitation standards for service operations under the National Certification guidelines;
  • Become proficient in the proper use and maintenance of professional foodservice equipment;
  • Apply fundamental concepts, skills, and techniques of basic baking;
  • Apply the principles of food identification, food utilization, and menu writing;
  • Develop the professionalism necessary for working successfully with subordinates, peers, supervisors, suppliers, customers and industry professionals;
  • Apply nutrition, sustainable and practical culinary principles in preparation for the contemporary job market.

Certificate Requirements

Semester One
Culinary Concepts
Table Service
Introduction to Baking
Nutrition and Food Trends
Semester Two
Garde Manger and Menu Design
Soups, Sauces and Thickening Agents
American Cuisine
Butchery and Meat Cutting
*Fundamentals of Math or higher

Information
A minimum of 27 credits and 9 courses is required for completion.
The same course may not be used as two different course requirements.

*Assessment testing required
+ Course has a pre- and/or co-requisite. See course description for details.

Additional Information
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