Career opportunities from restaurants…to bakeries…to casinos…to personal chef services
American Culinary Federation certification, plus ServeSafe certification testing
The new programs in Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism at BCC will offer state-of-the-art preparation to work in fine food establishments and services, including:
Personal chef services
Hotels and resorts
Casino restaurants and banquet facilities
BCC’s programs will be certified by the American Culinary Federation (ACF). In addition, all students will take ServeSafe Certification tests and ACF certification exams.
Students can develop competency in:
Professionalism in dress and grooming, attitude, and workplace behavior that reflect standards expected of food service industry professionals.
Basic principles of sanitation and safety in a food service operation for safe food handling and protection of the health of the consumer.
Mathematical functions related to food service operations.
Use of knives, tools and equipment following established safety and sanitation practices and principles of food preparation.
Culinary cooking methods and techniques following established procedures to produce a variety of cuisines.
Fundamental principles, methods, and techniques of baking.
Professional hospitality and service standards.
Degrees and Transfers
As graduates of the region’s premier Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism programs, BCC students will be positioned to earn an AAS or AS degree in ether Culinary Arts or Food Service and Hospitality Management Technology. They will also be eligible to earn a certificate in Cooking & Baking.
As important, CAHT graduates will be eligible for seamless transfer to Drexel
University’s prestigious programs in Culinary Arts, Culinary Science and Hospitality Management.