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Baking Major & Certificate

The advisor for these areas of study is

Karen Krimmer
550 East Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614.287.2579
Email: kkrimmer@cscc.edu

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Restaurant and Foodservice Management Major – Baking and Pastry Arts Track

Baking & Pastry Arts students created cakes of Columbus Landmarks for 200Columbus the Bicentennial Birthday.

The course of study in Restaurant Foodservice Management: Baking and Pastry Arts Track is designed to prepare graduates to produce and prepare pies, cookies, cakes, breads, rolls, desserts and other baked goods in a variety of baking environments such as independent and in-store bakeries as well as large commercial bakeries, restaurants, and hotels.

Classroom instruction, laboratory practice, and required hospitality industry work experiences are combined to prepare graduates for a variety of supervisory positions. The curriculum includes courses in food production and service, baked goods production and presentation, business management, human relations, and communication skills. Graduates may assume positions in a wide range of baking and foodservice operations serving the guest away from home. Job titles might include foodservice manager, bakery manager, restaurant manager, manager trainee or assistant baker or pastry cook, food and beverage manager or assistant, sous chef or assistant pastry chef, caterer, banquet manager, purchasing agent, or sales representative.

Plan of Study

 

Baking Certificate

The Baking Certificate program will prepare students to assist in the preparation and production of pies, cookies, cakes, breads, rolls, desserts, and other baked goods in a variety of baking environments including independent and in-store bakeries as well as large commercial bakeries, restaurants, and hotels. Duties may include stocking ingredients, preparing and cleaning equipment, measuring ingredients, mixing, scaling, forming, proofing, oven tending, product finishing, and presentation. Credit hours earned may be applied to an associate of applied science degree.

Plan of Study