The Culinary Arts program introduces students to the range of skills and credentials required for a successful career in the culinary arts. Cooking, baking and management courses are featured. Curriculum Learning Foundations Overall Requirements All students must read English at an acceptable level in order to begin college-level courses. The college assesses two levels of reading proficiency as shown below. Both must be satisfied in order to enroll in college-level classes. Meet a basic reading standard by placement exam score, by taking DVR-0051 or ESL-0105, or by exemption due to prior college coursework. DVR-0051 Developmental Reading DVR-P005 DVR-0051 Proficiency ESL-0105 English as a Second Language: Intermediate Reading Skills ESL-1050 English as a Second Language: Intermediate Reading Skills Meet college-level reading standards by placement exam score, by taking DVR-0061 DVR-0071 or ESL-0106, or by exemption as a result of prior college coursework. DVR-0061 College Reading and Study Skills DVR-P006 Reading Proficiency Satisfied DVR-0071 Accelerated College Reading andStudy Skills DVR-P007 Placement in Dvr-0071 DVE-0012 Foundations of Composition and Comprehension ESL-0106 English as a Second Language:Advanced Reading Skills ESL-1060 English as a Second Language:Advanced Reading Skills The college assesses English writing proficiency at three levels as a prerequisite to enrollment in EGL-1010, the first college-level writing course. Those three levels are outlined below. Meet the minimum English proficiency requirement by placement exam score, by completing DVE-0009 or ESL-0102 or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. DVE-0009 Fundamental Language Skills DVE-P009 DVE-0009 Proficiency ESL-0102 English as a Second Language: Intermediate II ESL-1020 English as a Second Language: Intermediate II Meet intermediate level English proficiency requirements by placement exam score, by completing DVE-0011 or ESL-0201, or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. DVE-0011 Developmental Composition DVE-P001 DVE-0011 proficiency ESL-0201 English as a Second Language: Composition ESL-2010 English as a Second Language: Composition Meet pre-college level English requirements by placement exam score, by completing EGL-0100 or ESL-0202, or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. EGL-1000 Introduction to Composition EGL-1001 Introduction to Composition EGL-0100 Introduction to Composition EGL-0110 Introduction to Composition(accelerated Learning Program) EGL-100P EGL-1000 Waiver ESL-0202 English as a Second Language:Advanced Composition ESL-2020 English as a Second Language:Advanced Composition All students must satisfy the college's requirement for a solid foundation in mathematics. Students can document this foundation either with satisfactory placement test scores, with an exemption posted as a result of courses taken elsewhere, or with satisfactory performance in one or more developmental mathematics courses. In addition, all students must complete either PAS-1010 or PAS-1030 along with their first developmental math course. Meet the most basic arithmetic requirement by completing DLS-0011 or a satisfactory score on the placement test. DLS-0011 Fundamental Arithmetic Skills DLS-P010 Test Placement in DVM-0030 DLS-P001 Waiver of DLS-0011 DVM-P009 Test Placement in DVM-0030 Meet prealgebra requirements by completing DVM-0031 or with a satisfactory placement test score. DVM-0031 Prealgebra DVM-P030 ACUPLELALG Place in DVM0070 Meet elementary algebra requirements by completing DVM-0071 or achieving a satisfactory placement score. DVM-0071 Introductory Algebra DVM-X070 Placement in MAT-1040 DVM-P007 DVM-0071 Completed Meet intermediate algebra requirements by completing MAT-0104 or by achieving a satisfactory placment test score. MAT-0104 Intermediate Algebra MAT-104P Waiver of MAT-1040 You must take PAS-1030 during the same semester you take DVM-0031. PAS-1010 Planning for Academic SuccessLearning PAS-103P PAS-1030 Waiver PAS-1030 Planning for Academic Success in Math PAS-1000 Requirement Complete PAS-1000 with a grade of "C" or better. PAS-1000 Planning for Academic Success:First Year Experience Seminar PAS-1010 Planning for Academic SuccessLearning General Education - English Composition Complete EGL-1010 and one other Composition course. (EGL-1320 is recommended). EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing COMPLETE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES: EGL-1020, EGL-1100 EGL1320 EGL-1340 EGL-1020 Composition ll: Writing AboutLiterature EGL-1100 Composition II: Writing About Issuesand Ideas EGL-1320 Composition II: Writing for Business EGL-1340 Composition II: Writing About Technical Topics Humanities Course Unrestricted Complete one 3 credit humanities course from the General Education list in your catalog. ART-1010 Introduction to Art MUS-1010 Music Appreciation PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic THE-1010 Introduction to the Theatre ARB-1000 Arabic for Beginners ARB-1010 Elementary Arabic ARB-0000 Arabic Language Elective FRN-1010 French for Beginners FRN-1020 French for Advanced Beginners FRN-2010 Intermediate French I FRN-2020 Intermediate French II FRN-2040 Advanced Conversation FRN-0000 French Elective SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners SPN-1020 Spanish for Advanced Beginners SPN-2010 Intermediate Spanish I SPN-2020 Intermediate Spanish II SPN-2040 Advanced Conversation SPN-0000 Spanish Elective CHN-1000 Chinese for Beginners CHN-1010 Elementary Chinese CHN-0000 Chinese Language Elective EGL-2010 British Literature From the Anglo-Saxon Period Through the 18th Century EGL-2030 British Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries EGL-2050 American Literature from the Beginnings to the Late 19th Century EGL-2070 American Literature from the Late 19th Century to the Present EGL-2090 World Literature From Ancient Times Through the Middle Ages EGL-2110 World Literature from the RenaissanceTo the Present EGL-2120 Introduction to African Literature EGL-2130 African-American Literature: Pre-1800to 1920. EGL-2140 African-American Literature: 1920 to the Present EGL-2170 Major American Writers EGL-2210 The Shakespeare Plays EGL-2230 Children's Literature EGL-2250 Literature for Teenagers EGL-2320 Literature and Film EGL-2330 Modern Literature EGL-2370 Studies in Bilblical Literature: the Old Testament EGL-2390 Studies in Biblical Literature: the New Testament EGL-2410 Mythology, Legend and Folklore EGL-2430 Survey of Science Fiction EGL-2440 Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction EGL-2500 Women in Literature BMT-2750 Leadership Development MUS-1050 Survey of Music Literature PHL-1330 Ethics SPH-1010 Introduction to Speech Communication SPH-1050 Group Communication and Leadership SPH-1090 Interpersonal Communication SPH-1110 Public Speaking EGL-2600 Introduction to the Novel General Education - Mathematics Complete MAT-1120 or higher. MAT-1120 Finite Mathematics MAT-1130 Mathematics for Liberal Arts MAT-1140 Introduction to Statistics MAT-1160 Elements of Probability and Statistics MAT-1190 Probability MAT-1340 Trigonometry with Applications to Technology MAT-1370 Precalculus MAT-2160 Applied Calculus I MAT-2170 Applied Calculus II MAT-2210 Statistics MAT-2450 Linear Algebra MAT-2460 Differential Equations MAT-2410 Calculus I MAT-2420 Calculus II MAT-2430 Calculus III MAT-2500 Mathematics of Discrete Structures General Education - Science Take either NTR-1010 or NTR-1100. NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition NTR-1100 Introduction to Food Science General Education - Social Sciences Complete one social science course from the following list: ANT-1010, 1030; ECN 1000,1030, or 1040; GEO-1000 or 1010; HST-1310, 1320, 1370, 1410, 1430, 2110, 2160, 2230, 2450 or 2470; POS-1000, 1010, or 1020; PSY-1010, 2010, 2030, 2040, 2070, 2080, 2130, or 2190; SOC-1010 or 2010. ANT-1010 Introductory Physical Anthropology ANT-1030 Introductory Cultural Anthropology ANT-0000 Anthropology Elective ECN-1010 Economic Development ECN-0000 Economics Elective GEO-1000 Introduction to Geography as a Social Science GEO-1010 Physical Geography GEO-0000 Geography Elective POS-1000 Introduction to Politics POS-1010 American National Government POS-1020 State and Local Government POS-0000 Political Science Elective PSY-1010 General Psychology PSY-2010 Personality and Adjustment PSY-2030 Child Psychology PSY-2040 Adolescent Psychology PSY-2070 Human Growth and Development PSY-2080 Abnormal Psychology PSY-2130 Forensic Psychology PSY-2190 Social Psychology PSY-0000 Psychology Elective SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology SOC-2010 Social Problems SOC-0000 Sociology Elective HST-1310 Ancient and Medieval History HST-1320 Modern History HST-1370 The World in the 20th Century HST-1410 History of the United States I HST-1430 History of the United States II HST-2160 The Modern Middle East HST-2230 History of Latin America and the Caribbean HST-2470 African History Culinary Arts (A.A.S.) Complete all the courses listed. TAKE THE FOLLOWING COURSES: HSM-1550 Food Service Manager Training and Certification in Sanitation HSM-1580 Using Technology in the Hospitality Industry HSM-2020 Food and Beverage Purchasing and Cost Control HSM-1560 Catering and Banquet Operations ACC-1030 Accounting for Managers HSM-1630 Food Service Operations TAKE THE FOLLOWING CULINARY CLASSES: CUL-1100 Introduction to Culinary Arts CUL-1150 Food Production I CUL-1300 Baking Skills CUL-2150 Food Production II CUL-2300 Advanced Baking & Pastry CUL-2200 Garde Manger & Catering CUL-2450 International Cuisine CUL-2760 Internship Take one or more CUL or HSM course not already required by the Culinary Arts Program for at least 3 credits. 18 Credits At the 2000 Level You must take at least 18 credits of 2000-level courses in order to graduate in this program. Courses listed below count toward that requirement.