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Culinary Arts Program At Northwest Arkansas Community College
Goals and Objectives To respond to immediate industry needs and to produce an employee pool that has relevant, practical and specialized training. To maintain a current curriculum that will withstand trend, cycles, economic downturns and other impacts upon the industry. To create opportunities for those who otherwise would not be college-bound by providing a fast track curriculum into the culinary industry. To create better opportunities for those currently employed in the industry. To play a role in the positive promotion of Northwest Arkansas by helping produce better informed, more professional hospitality workers.
Culinary Arts Program An education in the Culinary Arts will qualify the student to enter into fields such as: Entry-level executive chefs Sous Chef Baking and Pastry Food Styling Catering Owner of Restaurant or club Food and Beverage Management Tourism
Questions? How long will it take to get a certificate? This fast-paced training allows students to receive a technical certificate in Culinary Arts in as little as 15 months. What size are the classes? Classes are small allowing for more personal interaction between the students and the teachers. Who will be training? NWACC offers hands-on training with top chefs from leading restaurants and businesses in the area. What are the admission requirements? There are no special admission requirements, except those required for admission into NWACC.
Curriculum Outline Introduction to Hospitality3 hrs. Food Safety and Sanitation3 hrs. Food and Beverage Management3 hrs. Food Production I & II6 hrs. Culinary Arts I & II 6 hrs. Food Science and Nutrition3 hrs. Business Organization and Mgmt.3 hrs. Baking3 hrs. Foundations of Writing 3 hrs. Pre Algebra3 hrs. Total Hours 36 hrs..
Classes are taught at the Regional Technology Center located on Old Farmington Rd. in Fayetteville, AR. For more information contact: Susan West email: swest@ nwacc.edu office phone: 479-444-3058 ext. 164 Location & Contact Information