Degree Options:
Campus Location:
Walton County
Business, Industry, and Technology

Program Overview

The curriculum includes instruction in recipe and menu planning, preparing and cooking of foods, supervising and training kitchen assistants, the management of food supplies and kitchen resources, aesthetics of food presentation, and familiarity or mastery of a wide variety of cuisines and culinary techniques. The program emphasizes a combination of culinary theory, safety and sanitation, nutrition, and practical applications necessary for successful employment.

Diploma students are eligible for the Certified Culinarian ( designation. Graduates from our program can go on to work at places such as luxury hotels, restaurants, resorts, country clubs, entertainment centers, or open their own business. Possible job opportunities include positions such as:
 Executive Chef
 Restaurant Management
 Personal Chef
 Restaurant Owner
 Food and Beverage Service
 Catering
 Sales and Marketing
 Food Supplier
 Entrepreneur

Specific Facility, Tools Or Educational Tools Available

All Culinary courses have lab components where students can gain hands-on experience preparing various foods and cuisines.

Featured Courses

CUUL 1220- Baking Principles / CUUL 1129- Fundamentals of Restaurant Operations / CUUL 1370- Culinary Nutrition & Menu Development

Additional Details
Class Times Offered:
Online Class Options:
Partially Online
Female Culinary Arts student presenting a plate of shrimp and rice

Program Contact

Christina Wolfe

Dean - Business, Industry & Technology

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