Friday – January 30, 2015



Culinary Management


Oak Creek Campus 

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. Students completing this program can earn the Culinary Arts degree by taking two additional semesters.

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

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