Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)
- Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (HRIM)
The Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management program prepares students for employment in various entry-level management careers in the lodging and food service industries.
Culinology™ refers to the blending of the disciplines of food science and culinary arts. The term is a trademark of the Research Chefs Association, which has approved MCCC’s program (one of only a handful in the nation).
- Culinary Arts & Pastry Arts
The Culinary Arts program provides training for students who wish to pursue a career in the food service industry as a professional chef or pastry chef.
Credit Certificate Programs
- Catering Management
The Catering Management Certificate of Proficiency prepares individuals to operate their own catering/banquet business and to work effectively in the profession.
- Professional Baking
The Professional Baking certificate program prepares graduates for employment in individual bake shops or in the bakery production departments of healthcare institutions, restaurants, supermarkets, hotels, catering businesses or cruise ships.
- Professional Cooking
The Professional Cooking certificate program prepares individuals for
professional entry into the food service industry.
- Travel Agent
The Travel Agent certificate program prepares students to work successfully
as professional travel agents. Travel agency operations, international protocol,
customer service and cultural diversity are stressed.