Bachelor's Degree in Food and Beverage Studies in North America

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Food and Beverage Studies

A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.

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Bachelor in Culinary Arts & Service Management

Paul Smith's College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Paul Smiths

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. [+]

Bachelors in Food and Beverage Studies in North America 2017. 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. Coursework is applied in the real world through a semesterlong series of hotel, culinary and food service work experiences. Students develop skills under faculty supervision while working off campus with professionals, providing students with paid employment opportunities that support their career goals. What will you learn? advanced culinary techniques emerging trends in nutrition, sanitation and food service operations aesthetic appreciation for sensory perceptions of flavors, aromas, plate presentations and ambiance marketing, sales and customer service research and development strategic planning and financial management planning and operations leadership Graduates enter the workforce as executive chefs, hotel and resort managers, research and development experts, managers of large-scale food service operations and private chefs. This program also prepares entrepreneurs to operate a full-service restaurant or multilocation food service operation. ACCREDITED BY THE AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION Key Facts B.P.S. degree 123 credit hours (minimum) required 31+ credits must be in the liberal arts and sciences 45+ credits must be in 300/400 level courses 800 hours of industry work experience is required 200 hours (minimum) required at each internship site This is not credit-bearing and there is no tuition fee Accredited by the American Culinary Federation Career Options Executive chef Sous chef Pastry chef Corporate chef... [-]

Transfer Bachelor in Culinary Arts

South Puget Sound Community College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Lacey Olympia + 1 more

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. [+]

This program differs from the Culinary Arts AAS by offering more general education as part of the core requirement, making it more transferrable to colleges and universities who chose to articulate with South Puget Sound Community College. The only current accepted articulation for this AAS-T degree is with South Seattle Community College’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Hospitality Management. The Culinary Arts Program at South Puget Sound Community College is designed to provide knowledge and skills in the areas of food production, service and hospitality, and kitchen and dining room supervision Students progress through high volume food service applications in the areas of short order, table service, purchasing and receiving, starch and vegetables, soups and sauces, meat fabrication, cold foods and garde manger, sauté and hot food production, restaurant baking, and kitchen and dining room supervision. All students in the program will gain marketable skills, regardless of previous experience in the hospitality/food service industry. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates will qualify for employment as experienced cooks, lead cooks, or kitchen station supervisors in free-standing restaurants, hotels, resorts, institutional feeders, catering kitchens, clubs, and executive dining services. It is intended that this degree, in combination with additional study and experience, be part of a career path that could lead to employment as Sous Chef, Working Chef, or Executive Chef. Obtaining the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Hospitality Management can lead to expanded career opportunities in food service and hospitality management. PROGRAM OUTCOMES South Puget Sound Community College believes that all students... [-]