Culinary and Restaurant Management is a growing, diverse field that provides almost limitless career possibilities! Train to work in one of the most dynamic career fields available! This intense program offers training that will keep you hands-on and engaged in a fast paced learning environment, and can be completed in less than 10 months.
What you will learn:
Knife and Kitchen Skills. Learning proper technique sets the foundation of your culinary career.
Soups, Stocks and Sauces. The ability to properly create delicious stocks and sauces will set you apart in your skills.
Meats and Seafood. Learn about everything from primal cuts, to shell fish to whole fish. Gain understanding of where each cut of meat comes from.
Bake Shop. Refine and learn basic baking skills. Including yeast breads, quick breads, custards, dessert sauces, pies and more.
International Cooking. Learn to craft popular dishes from different cultures.
Food Service Costs and Restaurant Management. Learn to create a menu and maintain profitability! You will also have the unique experience of running The Bistro Restaurant. The Bistro is our student run, open to the public dining experience, located right here at MCCTC.
Plus, our students train and sit for certifications in ServSafe and ManageFirst.
- ServSafe® Food Protection Manager
- ManageFirst®, Hospitality Human Resources Management & Supervision 2.0
- ManageFirst®, Controlling Foodservice Costs 2.0
- ManageFirst®, Hospitality and Restaurant Management 2.0
Total Hours: 774 Published weeks: 35
Tuition & Fees: $9,300.00
Estimated Books & Supplies: $545.00
Estimated Cost: $9,845.00
High School Diploma or GED, TABE Assessment Testing
Available to those who qualify.
Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student Loan, VA, TAA, WIA, No-interest School Payment Plan
CIP Code: 12.0504
SOC Code: 35-1012
Estimated Cost of Attendance:
Dependent Students: $18,401.00
Independent Students: $21,673.00
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We take estimated direct costs (tuition and fees) and add them to estimated indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation, room and board and other personal expenses). The result is an academic year's Cost of Attendance for a full-time student. Your actual expenses may be more or less than the average estimates used.
Career Credential Program Availability
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Feb 4 2019 to Oct 3 2019
3 00 PM to 9 00 PM
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