The Banquet Cook certificate prepares the student who has no exposure to the field and those with limited experience to immediately enter any Food Service banquet operation in a banquet cook entry-level position with greater opportunity for advancement. The Food Service industry offers unlimited career opportunities and valuable experience. The foundation courses that can be completed in one or two semesters may lead to a Certificate of Achievement in Culinary Arts or with general education courses, an Associate of Science Degree in Culinary Arts.
|CA-160||Banquet Service Production||3|
|CA-165||Sanitation for Food Service||1|
|CA-169||Essential Skills for Culinary Arts||3|
|CA-171||Intermediate Culinary Skills||3|
|CA-172||Principles of Soup, Stock and Sauce Preparation||3|
Certificate of Achievement
Any student who chooses to complete only the requirements listed above qualifies for a Certificate of Achievement in Banquet Cook. An official request must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office prior to the deadline as stated in the Academic Calendar.