Culinary Arts is for those who are interested in cooking, food preparation, and management. The Culinary Arts Program gives students real-life experience working the food service industry in a functioning restaurant environment. Students learn a variety of skills, including preparation of soups, sauces, and stocks, meat fabrication, vegetable preparation, proper cooking methods, and the basics of baking. Additionally, students will learn to develop their management skills and become familiar with inventory controls, food costing, proper receiving techniques, and the flow of food and sanitation. Instructors will also teach different types of table service and catering event setup pertaining to the front of house. The Culinary Arts Program is a great fit for students seeking employment in a restaurant environment, or for anyone who just wants a better understanding of food preparation techniques.
Graduates of the Culinary Arts Program are prepared to seek employment as hospitality professionals with strong emphasis on back of house operations, as well as the ability to manage front of house needs. All graduates will hold certification in sanitation from the National Restaurant Association, and may be qualified for positions as chefs, sous chefs, chef de cuisine, kitchen managers, restaurant managers, and chef de partie.
Program Length: 900 Hours
This program is designed to be completed in 49 weeks
Tuition and Fees: Tuition – $1800, Fees – $960, Books and Supplies – Variable
- Math Grade 8
- Reading Grade 8
- Passing score on UBTech computer literacy exam
Enrollment: Open-entry, Open-exit
Open to: Adults and Secondary students
Campus: Roosevelt Campus only
$10 – $21 hourly