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Culinary Management

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek campuses


This program blends cooking skills with knowledge of restaurant operations, accounting and marketing. Students obtain a solid foundation of introductory culinary skills and explore the latest techniques. On the business side, students develop leadership skills, plus gain knowledge of profitable fiscal management. 

Career Outlook: Culinary management jobs are increasing as opportunities emerge in restaurants, full-service grocery stores and healthcare facilities. Additional employment options include hotels, private clubs and cruise ships. 

Added Career Value: Earn the Food and Beverage Management and Culinary Assistant diplomas on your way to completing this degree.


Program Code: 10-317-1 

Start Dates: August/January 

Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements

Culinary Management AAS Program Card

For more information, email info@matc.edu

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