CUL 100 : Introduction to the College/Culinary Experience

This course facilitates the new Culinary Arts students’ transition to college and the Culinary Arts Program. Students will be introduced to the college’s resources and familiarize themselves with the expectations, skills and information necessary to succeed in the Culinary Arts Program. As part of this course, students will begin their Professional Career Portfolio that will document their education. Prerequisite(s): Open to Culinary Arts Students Only. Instructional Support Fee Applies. One lecture hour per week. 1 credit Fall
  1. Identify their learning style and develop a personal approach to their learning that establishes a clear pathway to success in a culinary arts career.
  2. Utilize time management skills in balancing academic, personally, and career activities.
  3. Demonstrate a basic level knowledge in the culinary arts such as kitchen equipment, kitchen management, measurement calculation, professionalism (attitude
and appearance), teamwork, and basic cooking methods for both the hot kitchen and the bakeshop. 4. Begin to work in a professional career portfolio that will demonstrate the student's achievements throughout the course of the program.





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