Restaurant & Food Service Management


The Restaurant Management Concentration is designed to meet the educational needs of Food Service Specialists students who wish to pursue careers in food service management or to operate their own businesses. Students apply for admission to the Business Management Program after having earned a Certificate in Culinary Arts (Food Service Specialist). Advanced standing is awarded for courses earned in the Culinary Arts program.


Algebra I, English Composition, and Keyboarding required. SATs desired.



Associate in Applied Science Degree Curriculum
Total AAS Degree Credits 63–65
BM/Food Management Courses Credits
  Advanced Standing: Food Service Specialist Certificate 30
General Education Courses Credits
ENG215 Business and Technical Writing 3
Restricted Elective ECO 201 Economics or
HIS101 American History Since 1898 or
PSY101 Introduction to Psychology or
PSY211 Human Relations or
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology
Math/Science Courses Credits
Restricted Elective Intermediate Algebra or
College Algebra
Restricted Electives Math or Science (100 level or higher) 6–8
Specialty Area (24 credits required) Credits
BUS111 Accounting I 3
BUS131 Business Law I 3
BUS132 Business Law II 3
BUS291 Principles of Management and Organization 3
BUS263 Sales and Customer Service 3
BUS271 Marketing Principles 3