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Certificate in Applied Sciences in Culinary Arts

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Program Description:
The Culinary Arts Program is designed to give students a basic foundation in the methods and chemistry of cooking. The program provides classroom training and practical skills in cooking techniques, cooking equipment, and operation of the dining room. In addition, students gain experience in menu planning, nutrition, and banquet planning. Students who complete this certificate program may pursue careers as a chef, short-order cook, baker, pastry chef, and self-employment in the catering business.
Program Requirements
Placement Scores
RDG: ASSET (Requirement - 38) (Advisement - 32-37)
MAT: ASSET (Requirement - 38) (Advisement - 33-37)
ENG: ASSET (Requirement - 38) (Advisement - 35-37)

Students who complete this certificate program may pursue careers as a chef, short-order cook, baker, pastry chef, and self-employment in the catering business.
Student Learning Outcomes
1.The students will be able to apply a variety of cooking techniques in a safe environment. 2.The students will be able to identify and apply fundamentals of culinary art in the context of planning and marketing menus for different occassions. 3. The student wil be able to apply a variety of baking techniques in a safe environment. 4. The student will be able to develop entrepreneurship skills in the context of culinary arts. 5. The student will be able to apply safe and sanitary practices according to current regulatory requirements. 6. The studenst will become a life long learner.
Curriculum Display
REQUIRED CORE SUBJECTS AREAS: 18 SHC HOS 101 Principles of Food Production I 3 HOS 102 Principles of Food Production II 3 HOS 120 Bakeshop Production 3 HOS 155 Hospitality Sanitation 3 HOS 235 Menu Planning 3 HOS 255 Food Service Management 3 HOS 103 Nutritrition 3 COL 103 College Skills 3 Total 24
Faculty
Ms. Blossom J. Thompson
Instructor of Culinary Arts
B.S., Voorhees College
Certificate in Culinary Arts, Denmark Technical College
Board Member Bamberg Disrtict Two
Office: Bldg. 023
Phone: 803.793.5205 Email: thompsonb@denmarktech.edu

Mrs. Bijayalaxmi Kabisatpathy
Dean of Public Service
Office: Bldg. 028, Room 103
Phone: 803.793.5211
Email: kabisatpat@denmarktech.edu
Facility
The Culinary Art program has been dedicated for students to engage in programs maintaing Laboratory facility where students collaborates on different type cooking techniques and procedures of quality and quantity food production.
Culbs and Organizations
For all Culinary Arts students this club provides an important network for students looking for career-path job in hotel/restaurants tourism.
Employment Opportunities
Graduates of this program may pursue employment opportunities as Chef, Short-Order-Cook Baker, Self-Employment Crew Ship and Air Line.
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