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Restaurant Studies Certificate

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Restaurant Studies Certificate

This Certificate is a quick, straight-line approach to an entry-level position in the ever-expanding food service industry. It is designed to give students working knowledge of the policies, procedures, and industry-specific knowledge needed to successfully enter the food service industry. Students will be prepared for entry-level front of house positions in restaurants, contract feeding and event operations. This Certificate, if desired, will ready you to enter the Associate of Science in Hospitality and Event Management.

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Program Highlights and Locations

  • Sullivan is one of the top 10 Hospitality schools in the United States according to University Magazine.
  • Opportunities for careers in American’s hotels and restaurants increased every year as people spent increased time away from home. 
  • Students from the Culinary Arts program are nationally known and recognized for winning medals at American Culinary Arts competitions.
Locations:
Online Louisville Campus

Objectives

Finish 9

Finish in as little as 9 months

You will learn basic skills and theories required by the restaurant industry.

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Courses

Total Credit Hours: 24

Length: 9 months

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

HRM 115

4.00

HRM 104

4.00

CAT 244

4.00

HRM 244

4.00

CAM 284

4.00

HRM 164

4.00

Total Credit Hours: 24

Length: 9 months

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.