Available Courses This Term

109-101 Study of Hospitality

The course combines objectives of other courses required in the Hotel and Restaurant Management Program. The goal is to observe industry businesses utilizing related course content. Students will study actual working conditions and observe various styles of management while broadening their knowledge of the various types of food, beverage, lodging and tourism-related businesses.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 109-101-001

CRN: 20073
Tuition/fee: $290.30
Seats Open: 3
Instructor: Kumm, Karen S
Dates: 01/24/17-05/16/17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 01:00pm-03:50pm
Room: A019

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109-125 Hospitality Law & Liability

Analyze the laws applicable to the ownership and operation of lodging, food service, beverage or other establishments in hospitality.

Course Credits

3

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 109-125-001

Prerequisite(s): COMPASS-Writing Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or ACT-English or College Proficiency - Writing or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or TABE Advanced Language or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing or 801-195 Written Communication or 801-136 English Composition 1 or 851-771 Writing-Program Readiness; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or TABE Advanced Reading or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or College Proficiency - Reading or ASSET-Reading Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or ACT-Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills or 858-775 Reading - Program Readiness
CRN: 20079
Tuition/fee: $418.95
Seats Open: 6
Instructor: Grippe, Randy M
Dates: 01/24/17-05/18/17
Days: Tuesday Thursday
Times: 03:30pm-04:50pm
Room: A016

Offering number: 109-125-002

Prerequisite(s): COMPASS-Writing Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or ACT-English or College Proficiency - Writing or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or TABE Advanced Language or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing or 801-195 Written Communication or 801-136 English Composition 1 or 851-771 Writing-Program Readiness; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or TABE Advanced Reading or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or College Proficiency - Reading or ASSET-Reading Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or ACT-Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills or 858-775 Reading - Program Readiness
CRN: 20080
Tuition/fee: N/A
Seats Open: 11
Instructor: Swanson, Jeffrey D
Permit Restriction
Dates: 01/24/17-05/18/17
Days: Tuesday Thursday
Times: 10:30am-11:50am
Room: A010

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314-123 Cake Production and Decorating

Prepare a variety of cookies, sponge and specialty cakes, souffles, fruit flans, and layered and molded cakes. Practice the art of decorating using rolled fondant, royal icing, glazing and icing.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 314-123-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-120 Science of Baking Principles (or concurrent)
CRN: 20984
Tuition/fee: $325.30
Seats Open: 3
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Dates: 02/20/17-03/16/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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314-124 Pastry, Specialty Plated Dsrt

Study fine pastry and specialty dessert production methods and build on knowledge and skills from prior course work to create simple and complex plated desserts, balancing flavors, textures, colors, aromas and plate layout, garnish and presentation for an assortment of menu and service styles.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 314-124-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-120 Science of Baking Principles and 314-126 Cookies/Bars/Petit Fours Sec and 314-127 Custards/Mousse/Souffle/Fr Des and 314-129 Pies, Tarts, Fillings (or concurrent)
CRN: 21303
Tuition/fee: $162.65
Seats Open: 0
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Dates: 03/27/17-04/06/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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314-125 Confections

Learn the handling and production techniques for all types of chocolates, fudges, truffles, cremes, nougats and marzipan. Experiment with presentation.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 314-125-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-120 Science of Baking Principles
CRN: 21304
Tuition/fee: $162.65
Seats Open: 1
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Dates: 04/10/17-04/20/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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314-129 Pies, Tarts, Fillings

Topics include flakey and mealy crust, multiple filling styles, soft fill, pre-cooked, raw fill, cream fill, and more. Also, tart assembly and production, alternate pastry and cookie crusts.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 314-129-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-120 Science of Baking Principles and 316-110 Applied Food Service Sanitatn and 314-122 Principles of Baking
CRN: 21305
Tuition/fee: $162.65
Seats Open: 0
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Dates: 04/24/17-05/04/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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314-132 Bakeshop Production

Speed, production planning and skill development in the bakeshop.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 314-132-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-122 Principles of Baking and 314-129 Pies, Tarts, Fillings (or concurrent) and 314-121 Breads and Rolls (or concurrent)
CRN: 21306
Tuition/fee: $162.65
Seats Open: 0
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Dates: 05/08/17-05/18/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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316-110 Applied Food Service Sanitatn

Study the characteristics and transmission of food-borne diseases, and learn how to safely handle food and equipment. Earn a certificate from the Educational Institute of the National Restaurant Association upon completion of the course.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 316-110-001

Prerequisite(s): COMPASS-Writing Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or ACT-English or College Proficiency - Writing or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or TABE Advanced Language or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing or 801-195 Written Communication or 801-136 English Composition 1 or 851-771 Writing-Program Readiness; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or TABE Advanced Reading or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or College Proficiency - Reading or ASSET-Reading Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or ACT-Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills or 858-775 Reading - Program Readiness
CRN: 20988
Tuition/fee: $142.65
Seats Open: 15
Instructor: Oliver, Rachel N
Dates: 01/20/17-03/10/17
Days: Friday
Times: 10:30am-12:20pm
Room: A010

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316-115 Culinary Nutrition

Develop an understanding of the basic nutrition concepts involved in daily personal diet, and learn cooking principles that aid nutrient retention. Create heart-healthy recipes, and explore the replacement or reduction of saturated fats, excess salt and sugar. Prepare and analyze daily personal diets on a computer and evaluate the printout.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 316-115-001

Prerequisite(s): 314-120 Science of Baking Principles (or concurrent) or 316-100 Principles of Food Preparation (or concurrent)
CRN: 20989
Tuition/fee: $395.30
Seats Open: 1
Instructor: Gasparek, Michelle S
Program Restriction
Dates: 01/23/17-02/16/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-06:20pm
Room: A010

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Dates: 01/23/17-02/16/17
Days: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Times: 06:30pm-09:20pm
Room: A190

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317-101 Culinary Suprvision/Leadership

Apply the concepts of total quality management (TQM) to the day-to-day functioning of a food service operation. Examine topics such as team building, work simplification, production meetings, setting standards, equipment layout and facilities.

Course Credits

3

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 317-101-001

Prerequisite(s): COMPASS-Writing Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or ACT-English or College Proficiency - Writing or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or TABE Advanced Language or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing or 801-195 Written Communication or 801-136 English Composition 1 or 851-771 Writing-Program Readiness; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or TABE Advanced Reading or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or College Proficiency - Reading or ASSET-Reading Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or ACT-Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills or 858-775 Reading - Program Readiness
CRN: 20219
Tuition/fee: $418.95
Seats Open: 10
Instructor: Grippe, Randy M
Dates: 01/23/17-05/17/17
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 03:00pm-04:20pm
Room: A016

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