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Academic Programs offered exclusively in the School of Professional and Continuing Education Culinary Arts Southern New Hampshire University’s Culinary Arts Program was founded in 1983 to help fulﬁll the growing need for educated and trained chefs and other food preparation personnel on a local, regional and national level. The two-year program, which awards the associate of applied science degrees, combines theory, practical training and industry experience to prepare students for entry-level and management positions in the diverse and challenging food service industry. Technical subject areas include basic baking, cost control supervision, dining room service, food preparation, garde manger, an introduction to the industry, menu planning, nutrition, purchasing and receiving, and sanitation and safety. All culinary students must enroll in a cooperative education experience, which normally is taken during the summer months. There is an additional fee for cooperative education. Students learn basic skills in the culinary arts and baking and take general education courses in the ﬁrst year of the program. Students in the second year complete requirements for either the culinary arts or baking and pastry arts degree, based on their career goals. Students hone their skills in our award-winning campus restaurant, The Quill, which serves international and American regional cuisine. Students may tailor their course work to facilitate transfer into the four-year hospitality and tourism management degree program.
Academic Standards and Regulations Culinary program students adhere to the same academic standards and regulations as undergraduate school students. These policies are outlined in previous sections of this catalog. Note: Some students may be required to take ENG 101 Fundamentals of Writing and MAT 050 Fundamentals of Algebra in addition to the 63 credits listed below. All students who must begin the English sequence with ENG 101 should speak with their advisors about how the courses will ﬁt into their academic program schedules.