Culinary Arts

Programof Study

 

This course develops skills in theculinary arts and prepares students for the many occupations available in therestaurant industry. Instruction emphasizes understanding essential cookingtechniques, which can then be adapted to create innovative new food items.Instruction also includes food sanitation, nutrition and use of equipment. In asimulated restaurant, students prepare and execute a daily lunch menu and learnfront and back operations in a restaurant. Employment opportunities range fromsouse chef, working chef, pantry worker, garde manger, pastry assistant,kitchen sanitation worker or post-secondary training.

 

 Accredited By:

 American Culinary Federation Education Foundation

Articulation Agreements:

College/University

Course

Number

Course Name

Credits

The Art Institute of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

CU10000
CU10121
CU10210

Applic. and Use of Culinary Equip. & Sanitation

Culinary Skills I

Introduction to Baking 

3

3

 3 

Criteria

Credit Type

·        Students must complete all graduation requirements from MCVTS and must meet all of the program admissions requirements of AiPH.

·        Students must earn at least a grade of “B” in coursework completed while in MCVTS to be awarded AiPH credits for the course and enter the AiPH program without remediation in the courses for which the student receives AiPH credit.

·        Award of articulated course credit through programs covered by this agreement with AiPH will be considered on an individual case basis if more than one (1) year has elapsed since the student seeking the credit has completed the secondary course credit(s).

AC 

 

 

College/University

Course

Number

Course Name

Credits

Atlantic Cape Community College

Mays Landing, NJ

CULN101

CUBP110 

Introduction to Culinary Arts

Fundamentals of Baking

3

2

Criteria

Credit Type

·        These credits will be officially awarded upon matriculation into the Culinary Arts Program at Atlantic Cape Community College

·        In order for a student to take advantage of a current articulation, they must present a copy of a current sanitation certification

·        Students are required to take the College Placement Test prior to registering for Mathematics, English or other course requiring demonstrated level of ability. Students who have taken the SAT test and received a minimum score of 540 in Critical Reading and a score of 530 in Mathematics are exempt from taking the Placement Test.

·        Students must earn a grade of 85 or better to be eligible for articulation credit.

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College/University

Course

Number

Course Name

Credits

Johnson & Wales University

Providence, RI

Charlotte, NC

North Miami, FL

Denver, CO

CUL1345

CUL1355

CUL1385

FSM1065

Introduction to Baking & Pastry

New World Cuisine

Fundamentals of Food Service Production 

Sanitation Management

3

3

3

2

Criteria

Credit Type

·        Students are expected to complete the required admissions application form and must submit an official high school transcript. Upon acceptance to Johnson & Wales University, a student will be eligible for consideration of the articulation agreement.

·        Students must forward a letter of recommendation from the culinary instructor

·        Students must have completed at least three years of a Culinary Arts program.

·        Students must earn an overall “C” average in high school and a “B” average in their Commercial Foods program.

AC 

 

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