The Culinary Arts Program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation. (10 San Bartola Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32086, (800)-624-9458).
The Certificate Program in Culinary Arts prepares students for employment in the food service industry at a functional level such as cook’s helper, host/hostess, cashier, waiter/waitress, or short-order cook. The curriculum for the certificate program includes food preparation, baking, cost controls, sanitation and safety, menu planning and customer service. Students completing the certificate requirements will have a thorough understanding of the responsibilities of a food service employee. Health Department regulations, food temperatures, storage procedures, customer relations, food preparation techniques, and cost-control procedures should be well known and practiced by culinary arts students. Students seeking a certificate must satisfy basic skill requirements in Math, English, and Reading.
The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Hospitality Studies is designed to prepare students to enter the food service industry at a skilled or supervisory level. . . .learn more about the degree options for Culinary Arts Production or Culinary Arts Management