Associate of Science in Culinary Arts

Whip up your dream job with a Culinary Arts degree

The Culinary Arts program at Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies provides a solid foundation in food preparation, inventory control, sanitation and creative methods of cooking. You will be taught and mentored by the university’s award-winning chef instructors and receive hands-on training through various laboratory courses, as well as an on-campus practicum at either the national award-winning fine dining restaurant Winston’s or an off-campus approved site.

You will have the opportunity to learn from four world-class certified master chefs this year.

They join 34 other certified chef instructors at Sullivan University’s National Center of Hospitality Studies as teaching faculty at one of the country’s highest ranking culinary and hospitality training colleges.

No other school offers an education with four master chefs.

If you act now, you can learn from these master chefs as part of your Sullivan University Culinary Arts or Baking & Pastry Arts program.

The best just got better!

Both day and weekend/evening schedules are available to meet your needs. The program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation.

Locations Where One Can Enroll:
Degrees Offered
Associate of Science(A.S.) Degree

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Culinary Arts—Day Gainful Employment Disclosure
Culinary Arts—Night/Weekend Gainful Employment Disclosure

Course Titles Credit Hours
BFS 104 Basic Culinary Theory 4
BFS 106 Basic Culinary Skills Laboratory 6
BFS 214 Garde Manger Theory 4
BFS 216 Garde Manger Laboratory 6
BFS 264 Advanced Culinary Techniques Laboratory 4
BFS 276 Restaurant Practicum 6
CAM 124 Purchasing 4
CAM 134 Food Service Sanitation 4
CAM 174 Basic Nutrition 4
CAM 252 Culinary Arts in Dining Service 2
CAM 256 International Cuisine 6
CAM 284 Food and Beverage Control 4
COM 214 Public Speaking 4
CSC 118 Computer Applications I 4
ENG 101 Composition I 4
ENG 102 Composition II 4
FYE 101 Information Literacy 4
HRM 110 Conversational Spanish for Hospitality Studies 4
HRM 164 Hospitality Management and Supervision 4
HRM 244 Wines and Spirits 4
MTH 115 Principles of Mathematics 4
PBA 124 Baking Science 4
PBA 126 Baking Fundamentals 6
General Studies Electives (12 Additional Credit Hours) 12
Students must choose three additional General Education classes, including one from the Natural Sciences/Mathematics category, one from the Social/Behavioral Sciences category, and one from the Humanities/Fine Arts category. These classes are in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program. See the Table of Contents to find the complete list of General Education classes and minimum requirements.
Total Credit Hours 112