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

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Food and Beverage Studies

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 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... [-]

Degree In Gastronomy

Universidad Anáhuac Cancún
Campus Full time 4 - 5 years January 2018 Mexico Cancún

Study Gastronomy in Cancun is the best decision because this is the most important tourist destination in Latin America. [+]

Bachelors in Food and Beverage Studies in North America 2017. Life is a continuous decision making, and it is this decision that is forging our future. Study Gastronomy in Cancun is the best decision because this is the most important tourist destination in Latin America. At our university we offer professional preparation of excellence with a strong educational model and a tutorial program that will help you in your professional and personal training. Moreover, Le Cordon Bleu and the University Anáhuac Cancún share values ​​such as excellence, creativity and admiration for the culture and tradition coincidence that results in a high level faculty, modern facilities and updated study plans. See you there! Student profile The Bachelor of Gastronomy, graduated from our university, is a person with a solid professional, intellectual, human, social and spiritual formation that seeks above all truth and good; and strives to provide leadership for the transformation of society and culture. It's administrator, organizer, creative, productive, flexible, strategist, adaptable, responsible, analytical, extroverted, ethical and enthusiastic. Shows great ease of integration and teamwork, negotiation skills, good attitude and love of languages. Why in Cancun? • Our campus is the largest and most important tourist destination in Mexico and one of the most important internationally; considering that Cancun and the Riviera Maya add the amount of 14 million tourists a year. • We have the best facilities in Mexico, our teachers and Chefs are active in the hotel and restaurant industry. • After you receive two Bachelor degrees: a... [-]

Associate in Culinary Arts (A.A.S.)

Monroe College
Campus or Online Full time 16 - 24 months September 2017 USA Bronx New Rochelle + 1 more

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.... [-]