Every delicious taste and smell you love is the original creation of a culinary expert. What mouthwatering samples will you whip up?
The culinary pathway prepares students for a successful restaurant and foodservice career. Students learn important skills and gain valuable experience in the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Demonstrate the techniques and practices for food safety and work place safety in the hospitality and food industry.
Develop professional skills for the food industry.
Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and practices required for food production and services.
Explore controlling foodservice costs.
Explore purchasing and inventory procedures.
Identify and recognize marketing and menu concepts.
Apply the principles of conversation in foodservice.
High School Credits:
4029 Exploring FCS Pathways (2)
4021 Culinary Essentials (2)
4032 ProStart I (2)
4033 ProStart II (2)
X065 Internship (2)
Total College Credits: ProStart certification
Annual National Average Salary for Chef: $43,100