Food and Beverage Management
Downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek campuses
To take a step forward in your career, this program provides leadership skills to build and motivate a kitchen team. Coursework also includes learning the principles behind profitable fiscal management such as analysis of financial reports and budget planning. Students should have a solid culinary foundation and be currently employed as a line cook, sous chef or chef.
Added Career Value: By earning this diploma, you will have completed two semesters of the Culinary Management associate degree program.
Career Outlook: Graduates will be better positioned for advancement in the industry. Food service manager jobs in the Milwaukee area are expected to grow 10% through 2015.
Program Code: 31-317-2
Start Dates: August/January
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements