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Culinary Arts Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the Culinary Arts degree, students will:
Evaluate work quality and generate recommendations for continuous improvement.
Have gained competencies to be employed in the hospitality industry or closely related field.
Demonstrate the ability to input orders and correct mistakes as needed.
Demonstrate the ability to plan day-to-day operations for a restaurant.
Demonstrate the ability to manage and lead other students by acting as lead cook and sous chef.
Possess the following certificates: Food Handler cards, Restaurant Management Certificate (NRA) and Accounting Certificate (NRA).
Apply problem-solving and decision-making skills to resolve guest and student complaints.
Demonstrate the ability to plan, write, and execute a complete menu and monitor quality.
Students will be able to pass the ServSafe exam given by the National Restaurants Association.
Work as a team with coworkers to ensure quality and guest services.