Three core courses (Culinary Career Essentials) develop a sound foundation of kitchen basics in professional baking and pastry arts. Two additional courses concentrate on baking principles and techniques used in bakeries and food service establishments.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
Food science principles applied to professional culinary food preparation. Units include professional kitchen operation, recipe terminology, and cooking techniques for various food categories.
|1031612600||Food Production Principles
Provides practical experience applying food science principles in food preparation, analysis, and evaluation of preparation techniques. Prerequisites: 1031612500 Food Theory (C or better) (concurrent enrollment allowed) and 1031612100 Sanitation and Safety Fundamentals (C or better) (concurrent enrollment allowed).
|1031612200||Sanitation and Safety Basics
Learn basic principles of sanitation and safety in order to maintain a safe and healthy food service environment. The course presents laws and regulations related to safety, fire, and sanitation and how to adhere to them in the food service operation. Successful completion of the course enables students to take a national sanitation certification examination.
Introduces modern bakeshop principles used to produce quick and yeast breads, restaurant style desserts, and pastries. Products are evaluated for practicality, flavor, presentation, and correct techniques. Prerequisite: 1031612600 Food Production Principles (C or better).
Application and refinement of basic baking knowledge and techniques gained in Professional Baking. Units include rolled-in dough, specialty breads, European-style desserts, petit fours, and decorative work. Prerequisite: 1031615200 Professional Baking (C or better).
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|Fall 2023: September 5||Spring 2024: January 8||Summer 2024: May 6|
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*Total cost for degree completion is estimated by current course requirements, books, and supplies. Tuition and fees are set by the Wisconsin Technical College System and subject to change.
What You'll Learn
- Apply safety and sanitation codes to conditions and operations in food service kitchens.
- Prepare recipes and formulas to industry standards.
- Demonstrate attributes of a culinary professional.
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