Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
From indigenous civilizations to modern day empires, North America has plenty of hands-on educational opportunities to offer scholars. Filled with a range of distinct cultures, students can educate themselves in well-rounded way.
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Bachelor Degree in Culinary Arts & Service Management - Our graduates are multifaceted leaders ready to enter the exhilarating food and beverage industry. Hands-on learning happens in our six commercial-quality food laboratories, two on-campus restaurants and student-run retail bakery outlet. [+]
Do you dream of a future creating food, desserts, and beverages for others? When you study in the Culinary & Beverage Arts programs at SPSCC, you’ll be prepared to enter the dynamic food and beverage industry where the possibilities are limitless. [+]
Study Gastronomy in Cancun is the best decision because this is the most important tourist destination in Latin America. [+]
Some Culinary Arts graduates pursue careers as bakers, line cooks with big name chefs, or open up their own establishments. [+]
Associate (A.A.S.) Degree Program in Culinary Arts
Some Culinary Arts graduates pursue careers as bakers, line cooks with big name chefs, or open up their own establishments. Others move into the corporate environment of hotel foodservice, catering operations, or even foodservice for the schools. Some will become front-of-the-house managers and have the experience to help run a restaurant.
Instruction prepares students for the workplace by covering cooking and baking techniques as well as industry concerns such as how food is grown and processed, nutrition, and food handling and safety.
Graduates of the Associate in Applied Science degree program will be prepared to enter the industry as chef tournants, and assistant pastry chefs. Graduates are encouraged to enroll into the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Hospitality Management in order to become more proficient in management techniques, hone culinary skills and enter the industry as assistant food & beverage managers, sous chefs or a variety of other more senior positions.... [-]