Take the First Step Toward Your Culinary Career Now!
The College's Strategic Plan evolved from comprehnsive planning sessions involving several hundred faculty, staff, and administrators. This process engaged our entire community including a cross section of alumni and regional leaders. Three priorities — Student Success, Workforce Development and Civic Engagement — dominated the conversation, and dedicted workgroups were charged with developing priorities and practicial initiatives for each goal. Assembled toghether, theses individual priorities became the Strategic Plan, which now drives the college to perform our mission, realize our vision and live our values.
The Restaurant and Foodservice Management Major combines classroom instruction, laboratory experience, and hospitality industry work experiences. The associate degree program prepares graduates for supervisory positions in a variety of restaurant and foodservice operations. This major is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Foundation Accrediting Commission, and graduates can qualify as Certified Culinarian (CC) by the American Culinary Federation upon successful completion of national written and practical examinations.
Accredited by the:
For more information, visit Columbus State Community College.
550 East Spring St.