What will I learn?
PCC’s Culinary Arts program combines theory taught in the classroom with real-world, hands-on learning labs. You’ll learn technical skills such as manipulating recipes, taking measurements, and utilizing industry tools and technology. Critical professional skills are also emphasized. These include problem solving, time management, organization, and customer service with guests and colleagues within industry settings.
This degree provides advanced training in Culinary Arts Production. Students learn about health regulations, culinary skills, management skills and nutrition. Graduates are prepared for entry or mid-level positions in culinary arts facilities.
This degree provides training in Culinary Arts Management and are prepared for entry level positions in culinary arts facilities. Students learn management skills such as cost controls, supervising, planning, and purchasing. Health regulations, nutrition and an overview of culinary practices are also incorporated into the curriculum.
NEW Food Service Management Certificate
NEW Bartending Service Certificate
Culinary Arts Management requires 61 credits.
The AAS in Culinary Arts Production requires 62 credits.
Please consult the PCC catalog for details about each degree.
What can I do with a degree in Culinary Arts?
Careers within the Hospitality industry are very diverse. Here are some examples of careers and the median wage in Colorado: