Suggested Program of Study for a student interested in attending a culinary arts college.
By attending a local community college and joining the running start program, the student can graduate high school with enough credits and applied Tech Prep credits to equal an associate’s degree. They may then transfer to a reputable 4-year culinary arts college, like the Culinary Institute of America, with only 2 additional years of schooling required. This cuts the cost of the Bachelor of Science Degree from a very prominent college, in half. Additionally and only if possible, the student should work part-time to at a hospitality business to ensure that this pathway is agreeable for the student to pursue.
United States History
Photography – Tech Prep Credits
Foods & Nutrition/Cuisines & Cultures
AP Language Arts – Running Start
World History – Running Start
Culinary Arts I – Tech Prep Credits
Journalism – Running Start
Psychology – Running Start
Financial Algebra – Running Start
Biology – Running Start
French 1 – Running Start
Culinary Arts II – Tech Prep Credits