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Professional Cook

Professional Cook
Professional Cook

Professional Cook

Gain Your Diploma in As Little As Nine Months.

Earn your Culinary Degree from one of the U.S.’s top 10 schools! 

The Professional Cook Diploma program is a quick, straight-line approach to any entry-level position in the culinary profession. it is designed to give you working knowledge in the procedures, ingredients, sanitation, and safety in the kitchen that are inherent for success. The program also enables you to function in a variety of baking environments.

Program Information

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Program Highlights and Locations

  • Sullivan is one of the top 10 hospitality schools in the U.S.
  • Students from the Culinary Arts program are nationally known and recognized for winning medals at American culinary arts competitions.
  • The faculty teaching in the Culinary Arts programs have credentials from the American Hotel and Lodging Association.
  • Our small classes will help you with your studies.
Locations:
Lexington Campus Louisville Campus

Objectives

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Finish in as little as 9 months

You will learn basic culinary skills, the fundamentals of baking, nutrition, and food service sanitation to qualify for the necessary certification required by the industry.

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Courses

Total Credit Hours: 54

Length: 12 months, 9 months accelerated (day)

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

Course

Title

Credit Hours

BFS 104

4.00

BFS 106

6.00

BFS 214

4.00

BFS 216

6.00

CAM 134

4.00

CAM 174

4.00

HRM 164

4.00

PBA 124

4.00

PBA 126

6.00

ENG 101

4.00

FYE 101

4.00

MTH 115

4.00

Total Credit Hours: 54

Length: 12 months, 9 months accelerated (day)

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.