Culinary Arts | CA

1Prepare for a career in the creative and competitive culinary field. Students work with the latest technology and equipment in the culinary arts industry, as well as learn from guest chefs, job shadowing and internships. Students will have the opportunity to take the National Restaurant Association Applied Sanitation and Safety Course, as well as the ProStart curriculum for certification and college credit. Juniors are responsible for full operation of the C-TEC cafeteria, where the emphasis is on quality food items and volume cooking. Seniors operate the Bistro (on the C-TEC Boulevard) a full-service restaurant open to the public with emphasis on made-from-scratch menu items. Career Options
  • Prep Cook
  • Line Cook
  • Baker
  • Fine Dining Service
  • Kitchen Manager
  • Chef
  • Sous Chef
  • Pastry Chef
  • General Manager
  • Food and Beverage Director
 



Program Specifics

The Culinary Arts program prepares students for a career in the creative and competitive culinary field.



Opportunities In the Senior Year

College Articulation

 

Advanced Job Placement

Early Placement

School-To-Apprenticeship

 

Board of Regents (CT2 Initiative)-
State Colleges, ServSafe and ProStart Certificate – 4 courses
Columbus State Community College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Hospitality Management
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh-
6 hours in the following courses: Sanitation and Safety, Computer Literacy
Culinary Institute of America-
4 hours majoring in Culinary Arts
Hocking College, semester hours vary for those majoring in Culinary Arts
Johnson and Wales University-
4 hours majoring in Culinary Arts
Sullivan College-
4 hours majoring in Culinary Arts
Zane State College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Culinary Arts