Culinary Arts and Hospitality
Both programs offer options that allow you to serve apprenticeships in the field, earning a real paycheck while receiving your education.
|Culinary Arts Apprenticeship||AAS||SCC, MCC|
|Culinary Arts Degree||AAS, Certificate||SCC|
|Culinary Arts Baking||Certificate||SCC|
|Hospitality Management||AAS||SCC, MCC|
|Hospitality – Event Management||Certificate||SCC, MCC|
|Hospitality – Skills||Diploma, Certificate||SCC, MCC|
|Certified Wedding Planner||Certificate||EICC|
|Event Management and Design||Certificate||EICC|
|Foodservice Supervisor / Dietary Manager||Certificate||EICC|
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