Culinary Arts

Program Description

Catalog Year: 2019

Pastry and culinary arts degrees prepare students with the skills to plan, purchase, prepare, and present food in a variety of settings ranging from cafeterias, banquet halls, bakeries, and small diners to clubs and gourmet restaurants. Shorter-term certificates emphasize cooking, baking, and preparation skills only.

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Program Requirements

Cook Assistant/Baker Assistant Courses : Cook/Baker Asst Crse

Take:
  • HOS-100 - Kitchen Techniques
  • CUL-106 - ServSafe Manager Certification
  • CUL-101 - Cooking Fundamentals I
  • PAS-101 - Baking Fundamentals I
  • HOS-101 - Intro to the Hospitality Industry

Prep Cook Required Courses : Prep Cook Crse

Take:
  • CUL-110 - Cooking Fundamentals II
  • BUS-101 - Business Communications
  • SPN-101 - Elementary Spanish I

Cook Required Courses : Cook Required Crses

Take:
  • HOS-212 - Quantity Food Purchasing
  • HOS-215 - Hospitality Supervision
  • CUL-203 - Meats and Seafood Principles
  • CUL-207 - Garde Manger
  • BUS-142 - Report Writing

Culinary Arts Required Coures : Cul Arts Req Courses

Take:
  • HOS-220 - Restaurant Service and Operations
  • HOS-120 - Servsafe/BASSET
  • HOS-214 - Menu Design & Strategy
  • CUL-208 - Food Production
  • HOS-218 - Food, Beverage & Labor Control
  • BIO-101 - Nutrition for Contemporary Society
  • CUL-205 - Culinary Internship

Social Or Behavioral Science : Social or Behavioral

Take 3.00 credits from:
  • ATR-120 - Introduction to Anthropology
  • ATR-210 - General Prehistoric Archeology
  • ATR-220 - Cultural Anthropology
  • ATR-230 - Field Archeology
  • ATR-240 - Topics in Anthropology
  • ATR-250 - Human Evolution
  • ECN-101 - Fundamentals of Economics
  • GEO-116 - Human Geography
  • GEO-216 - Geography of the Developing World
  • HIS-100 - Topics in History
  • HIS-101 - History of Western Civilization I
  • HIS-102 - History of Western Civilization II
  • HIS-115 - History of World Civilizations I
  • HIS-116 - History of World Civilizations II
  • HIS-118 - Foundations of Civilization
  • HIS-120 - History of the Non-Western World I
  • HIS-121 - History of the Non-Western World II
  • HIS-130 - History of Latin America I
  • HIS-131 - History of Latin America II
  • HIS-140 - History of Asia & Pacific I
  • HIS-141 - History of Asia & Pacific II
  • HIS-151 - U S History to 1870
  • HIS-152 - U S History Since 1865
  • HIS-160 - American Civilization
  • HIS-170 - History of Illinois
  • HIS-201 - Modern European History
  • HIS-219 - Honors Seminar in History
  • HIS-297 - Independent Study in History
  • INS-100 - Topics in International Studies
  • INS-107 - Global Persp. on World Civilizatn
  • INS-131 - African Cultural History
  • INS-159 - A History of the Vietnam Conflict
  • INS-204 - Introduction to Religious Studies
  • INS-206 - Field Study in Foreign Cultures
  • INS-208 - Life & Work in the 21st Century
  • INS-219 - Honors Seminar-International Studies
  • INS-297 - Indep. Study in Internat. Studies
  • POS-141 - Topics in Government
  • POS-150 - Amer Government - National
  • POS-151 - Amer Govt State Local
  • POS-152 - Principles of Political Science
  • POS-219 - Honors Seminar in Government
  • POS-250 - Comparative Political Systems
  • POS-251 - International Relations
  • POS-253 - Non-Western Comparative Government
  • POS-297 - Independent Study in Government
  • PSY-100 - Intro to Psychology
  • PSY-201 - Experimental Psychology
  • PSY-210 - Personality
  • PSY-211 - Educational Psychology
  • PSY-212 - Child Psychology
  • PSY-213 - Psychology of Adolescence
  • PSY-214 - Adulthood and Aging
  • PSY-215 - Social Psychology
  • PSY-216 - Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY-218 - Human Growth and Development
  • PSY-220 - Special Topics in Psychology
  • PSY-225 - Human Sexuality
  • SOC-100 - Principles of Sociology
  • SOC-101 - Introduction to Family Violence
  • SOC-201 - Social Problems
  • SOC-209 - Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC-210 - Marriage and Family
  • SOC-215 - Social Psychology
  • SOC-220 - Gender Roles and Social Change
  • SOC-225 - Human Sexuality
  • SOC-230 - Criminology

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