Mar 04, 2024
This is a Certificate in Food and Beverage. Individuals completing this selection of coursework will be effectively trained in food, beverage, customer service, and other related coursework necessary to succeed in the food and beverage industries. Students will be prepared for state exams including Washington Food Handlers and MAST. Students interested in careers in the food and beverage industries are well-suited for enrolling in this selection of coursework. Credits earned during the tenure of this certificate can be used toward further degrees.
Learners completing this certificate will comprehend the following:
- Understand the history and types of foodservice;
- Comprehend the role of supply chain management in quality assurance controls including production, purchasing, storage, delivering, and serving of foods;
- Understand the maintenance of physical facilities and equipment including safety, security, liability, risk management, and sanitation;
- Convey appropriate service types and approaches including mis-en-place;
- Learn best practices in F&B outlet management;
- Be able to provide excellence in face-to-face customer service operations.
- This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
- Students must achieve a cumulative 2.0 GPA and a minimum 2.0 GPA in each core course to attain a certificate or AAS.
- Not all classes are offered every quarter, at night, online, or on the weekends.
Professional- Technical Core Courses
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Select 1 course from the list of courses below
Total Professional-Technical Courses: 16-18 credits