Culinary and Hospitality Management

 

 

Click the picture to see a YouTube video about the Culinary Arts Program




Click the picture to see a video about the Culinary Arts Program

 

 

Click the picture to see the YouTube video - HCC Culinary/Hospitality Special Dining Room Event -
The Last Frontier: a culinary tasting event of Alaska cuisine from our student interns - Sept. 22, 2016.

 

 
Hydroponic Garden Video

Click the picture to see a video about a joint hydroponic garden project between the
Dale Mabry Beautification Program, Metz Culinary Management and the HCC Culinary Arts Program.

 

Culinary Arts Management -  Learn and perfect the skills to become a professional cook or chef.

Hospitality and Tourism Management - Develop the skills to manage hotels, motels, recreation establishments and resorts.

Restaurant Management - Acquire the skills to manage a hotel/motel, restaurant, bar or catering agency.

Dietetic Technician - A dietetic technician guides others to better health through nutrition. Learn to work with a registered dietitian to assist with menu planning, diet instruction, and food purchasing in schools, hospitals, resorts or senior living facilities.





Congratulations

We Just received confirmation that our Culinary Arts Program was rated #1 – 2019 Best Colleges for Culinary Arts in Florida (2 Year) by www.Niche.com


Award for 2019




2017 Top ranked program




HCC ranked #1 in Top Culinary Schools in Florida – 2016

HCC ranked #19 in Top Culinary Schools in the US – 2017 and 2018

 

Certificate Programs:

Apprentice Certificate - Prepare to work as a pantry, prep or lead cook.

Culinary Arts Certificate - Train to become a cook, restaurant manager, or food director of a hotel or resort.

Event Planning Management Certificate  - Develop business skills related to the hospitality industry.

Food and Beverage Operations Certificate - Learn basic operations in running a restaurant or managing food services.

Food and Beverage Management Certificate - Prepare to take on the role of supervisor or manager in the food industry.

 

 

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Click the picture to see a PDF about the Culinary Arts Program

 


 

This page last updated October 26, 2018

Please report any problems with this page to Eugene Broda ebroda@hccfl.edu