School of Culinary Arts

Culinary Management

2 years Ontario College Diploma

Learn the art of ice carving

Overview

Start an exciting career that could take you across the globe. Work in a world-class resort or on a cruise ship, or go into business for yourself - the possibilities are limitless. You will be trained by highly skilled professors and chefs de cuisine, and will gain the culinary skills and management techniques necessary to make you highly sought-after in your field. Modern culinary skills and techniques will be practiced in a real-world setting, including liquid nitrogen applications, buffet work, pastry arts and restaurant food production; you will even learn the elegant art of ice carving.


Your Future Career

  • Executive chef
  • Private chef
  • Catering chef
  • Food and beverage manager
  • Chef de cuisine
  • Sous chef
  • Chef consultant

What You Learn

  • A la carte cooking
  • International cuisine
  • Wines
  • Menu design/culinary display
  • Buffet/quantity cooking
  • Facilities design and equipment selection
  • Baking and pastry arts
  • Restaurant food production

Study Abroad: Study in Ireland at the Limerick Institute of Technology as part of an exchange or graduate pathway.

OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U

If English is not your first language you must provide proof of English competency. You must have a minimum overall band score of 5.5 on the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or equivalent accepted English language proficiency test to be admitted to a postsecondary program at the college. Notwithstanding the above, the English proficiency standards required to obtain Study Permits and Temporary Resident Visas from Canadian Embassies vary around the world. The higher English language proficiency standard will apply.

The Student Direct Stream (SDS) is an expedited study permit processing program for those who are applying to study in Canada at a post-secondary designated learning institution (DLI). The language requirement is more stringent than listed above, as such an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher in each language skill: listening, reading, writing and speaking is required.

For more information on the Student Direct Stream (SDS) program please see:

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/temporary-residents/study-permits/direct-stream.html#toc02

Academic Upgrading

Semester 1

CUL103 Fundamentals of Food Preparation
CUL114 Applied Culinary Skills
CUL116 Products Standards & Market Form
CUL123 Healthy Living, Healthy Eating
CUL130 Baking for Cooks
CUL150 Sanitation & Safety
CMM125 College Communication I

Semester 2

GENED General Education Elective - Online (CULM Sem 2)
CUL118 Cost Control I
CUL132 Introduction to Food Service (7 weeks)
CUL160 Pastry Arts
CUL182 Kitchen Operations + Food & Bev
CUL190 Restaurant Food Production (7 weeks)
HRM100 Wines

Semester 3

CUL215 Applied A La Carte Cooking
CUL218 Cost Control II
CUL253 Contemporary Cuisine Theory
CUL271 Applied Computing - Hospitality
CUL290 Cultural Culinary Lifestyle
HRM222 Menu Design
HRM225 Hospitality Marketing
GENED General Education Elective - Online (CULM Sem 3)

Semester 4

PSY100 Foundations of Psychology I
CUL230 Buffet/Quantity Cooking
CUL242 International Contemporary Cuisine ( 1 night/wk)
CUL245 Garde Manger/Culinary Display
CUL247 Business Development
CUL249 Foundation of Food and Wine Pairing

2019-2020 2 years Ontario College Diploma

College Drive Campus – Domestic
Year Tuition Ancillary Fees Material Fee Trip Fee Total
1 $2720.24 $1046.72 - 1186.72 $500 $200 $4606.96
2 $2720.24 $911.72 - 1051.72 - $300 $4071.96

2019-2020 2 years Ontario College Diploma

College Drive Campus – International
Year Tuition Ancillary Fees Material Fee Trip Fee Total
1 $12422.97 $1696.72 - 1773.72 $500 $200 $14896.69
2 $12422.97 $1561.72 - 1638.72 - $300 $14361.69

Ontario College Diploma along with Smart Serve, WHIMIS and Food Safety Training.

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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