B.S. in Hospitality Administration - Culinary Arts

This ACF Culinary Arts Certificate, accredited by the American Culinary Federation, will provide you with practical and managerial expertise in the field of culinary arts. You will actively learn and apply techniques in culinary arts and acquire management skills to successfully supervise a professional kitchen/food operation.


What You'll Learn

Outcomes from the programs include knowledge in: basic baking, beverage management, business and math skills, dining room service, food preparation, human relations management, menu planning, nutrition, purchasing/receiving and sanitation.

Community service and industry exposure will provide you with a working knowledge of contemporary practices and provide the basis for interactive projects.  

Note: The BS in Hospitality Administration program accepts up to 36 hours of technical credit for students who have completed an AAS degree in Culinary Arts, Hospitality Administration, or hospitality-related degree.

Admissions Information

Certificate Competencies


Student Retention and Job Placement Statistics

University Catalog, Admission Policies, Transfer Credit

Additional Program Fees


Other Resources

Culinary Arts Certificate Program Mission and Goals

Culinary Arts Certificate Advisory Board

Vita of Program Coordinator, Molly Dahm and Faculty

Grievance Procedures

Career Center, Tutoring Support

Emergency Procedures

Institutional Policies for Student/Faculty Ratios

LU Retention and Graduate Rates

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