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Culinary Management Associate in Applied Science

By completing the 60-credit program in Culinary Management, you may apply for an Associate in Applied Science degree.

General Education Requirements Credit Hours
Communication 101, Introduction to Public Speaking 3
English 101, English Composition 3
Humanities/Fine Arts 3
Mathematics 122, Intermediate Algebra, or Mathematics 123, Quantitative Reasoning 4
Natural Sciences 4
Social Science 3

 

Major Requirements Credit Hours
Business 101, Business Accounting I or *Business 201, Principles of Accounting I (4 Credits) 3
Hospitality 110, Sanitation 1
Hospitality 111, Responsible Beverage Service 1
Hospitality 120, Professional Cooking I 2
Hospitality 130, Table Service 3
Hospitality 150, Introduction to the Hospitality Careers 3
Hospitality 153, Nutrition 3
Hospitality 200, Internship 3
Hospitality 201, Restaurant Operations 3
Hospitality 220, Professional Cooking II 2
Hospitality 251, Marketing of Hospitality Services 3
Hospitality 252, Supervisory Skills & Human Relations 3
Hospitality 254, Hospitality Cost Control Systems 3
Hospitality 275, Beverage Management 3
Hospitality 280, Garde Manger 2
Hospitality 285, Fundamentals of Baking 2

*Transferring students are encouraged to take Business 201

 

If you are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university, you should become familiar with your chosen school’s requirements. See your Academic Advisor for assistance in developing your Student Education Plan (SEP) or visit www.lakemichigancollege.edu/transfer.

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