Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts Management | GMIT
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Brief description of its pastry training program: Pastry is an integral part of the following programmes: – Culinary Arts, Level 7 Award, Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts, 3 years (6 semesters) – Culinary Studies, Level 6 Award, Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Studies, 2 Years (4 semesters) – Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts, Level 7, part-time – Advanced Certificate in Professional Cookery Total Immersion Programme, Level 6, 12 months (9 months of 3 days in college & 2 days working in industry) – Advanced Certificate in Professional Cookery, Level 6, 2 Years Day Release – Bakery Techniques – evening certificate course – Pastry: Tarts & Small Gateaux – evening certificate course
* Jack is a second-year student of the bachelor of business in culinary arts degree in the CIT department of tourism and hospitality. He won the Knorr Young Chef of the Year title in February.
Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts, Paris, France 2016
SUNY Cobleskill’s Bachelor of Business Administration in Culinary Arts is designed to accommodate the associate degree student with an educational opportunity that will lead to a Bachelor degree with additional knowledge of management and culinary arts. This degree is offered with the expertise of faculty in the Agriculture and Food Management department and the Business and Information Technology department at SUNY Cobleskill. Students gain knowledge and skills, opening career possibilities in management of restaurants, institutional foodservices, hotels and resorts. The program is for students that have earned an Associate degree in restaurant management, foodservice management, institutional foods, or culinary arts and are interested in pursuing additional study of management to enhance their career opportunities. Enrollment is also open to first time students who meet admission requirements for bachelor degree programs.