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CULINARY ARTS

Curriculum
Total Degree Credits: 72.0

First Year, Fall Semester
HC 110 - Hospitality Mathematics Credit Hours: 3
HC 114 - Culinary Arts Basic Skills Credit Hours: 4
HC 116 - Introduction to the Pantry and Garde Manger Credit Hours: 4
HC 118 - Culinary Nutrition Credit Hours: 2
HR 136 - Sanitation Credit Hours: 2
EN 110 - College Composition Credit Hours: 3

First Year, Spring Semester
HR 123 - Supervisory Development in Hotel Restaurant Management Credit Hours: 3
HC 122 - Menu Design Credit Hours: 3
HC 124 - Introductory Hot Foods Credit Hours: 4
HC 126 - Intermediate Hot Food Credit Hours: 4
HC 128 - Introduction to Baking Credit Hours: 4

Second Year, Fall Semester
HC 230 - Food and Labor Cost Control Credit Hours: 3
HC 232 - Wines, Beers and Spirits Credit Hours: 3
HC 234 - Advanced Food Preparation and Service I Credit Hours: 4
HC 236 - Advanced Food Preparation & Service II Credit Hours: 4
HC 238 - Classical Bake Shop Credit Hours: 4

Second Year, Spring Semester
HC 240 - Kitchen Design and Layout Credit Hours: 3
HC 248 - Culinary Purchasing Credit Hours: 3
HC 246 - Banquet and Buffet Management Credit Hours: 4
HC 244 - Classical and International Cuisine Credit Hours: 4
HC 242 - American Regional Cuisine Credit Hours: 4

Note: This is a recommended sequence. Student should consult his/her academic adviser prior to registering. In order to be granted an associate degree, a student must demonstrate proficiency in algebra at the level of MT 006.

Additional Courses

Culinary Arts graduates may take these additional baking courses and be eligible for the Baking & Pastry Arts Certificate (City Campus only).

HC 129 - Intermediate Baking Credit Hours: 4
HC 130 - Advanced Pastries and Cakes Credit Hours: 4
HC 237 - Retail Bake Shop Credit Hours: 4
HC 239 - Bake Shop/Field Experience Credit Hours: 4

Did You Know?

ECC is a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) System, and is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Many of the professional curricula are also accredited by specialized agencies.

 

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