The noncredit Sustainable Culinary Arts Certificate is designed to qualify individuals who complete the certificate for work in the culinary industry. This certificate prepares students with a strong understanding of running a sustainable kitchen. Students who complete this certificate will also be prepared to create their own Cottage Food Business.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Work as part of a team, using effective communication and interpersonal skills.
- Follow appropriate sanitation procedures and personal hygiene requirements to ensure food safety.
- Apply culinary principles to a professional kitchen operation in a sustainable manner.
Noncredit Certificate of Completion Requirements
|HOSP 420||Catering (68 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 421||Urban Agriculture Culinary Arts (42.5 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 422||Farm-to-Table Sustainable Cooking (42.5 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 423||Culinary Foundations I (85 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 424||Culinary Foundations II (85 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 425||Cottage Food Business (17 Hours)||0|
|HOSP 480||Food Safety Certification (8.5 Hours)||0|
Please refer to the graduation requirements section of the Catalog for information about degree and certificate requirements including Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Information Competency, and General Education requirements.
MPC “Ready to Work” Career Education programs offer students the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills needed for employment and job advancement.
All students should consult with a Counselor to discuss career pathways, for support with career exploration and planning, and to create a personalized education plan to help them meet their academic, career, and personal goals. Visit MPC’s Counseling website for more information about Counseling services provided by MPC and to connect with a Counselor.
Additional resources are available through MPC’s Career & Transfer Resource Center (CTRC). The CTRC offers career resources, workshops, guidance and referrals. Visit the CTRC for support finding online career information and other resources to explore majors, occupations, and employment information.