Program Courses

Baking and Pastry Arts

The Baking and Pastry Arts program provides students with a broad and thorough foundation in the art of pastry and baking, from bread to chocolate to ice cream, and everything in between. The program is designed to help students develop a working knowledge of what is required to be successful in the fast paced culinary industry.

With the addition of 25 units of general education courses, you may earn an Associate of Science degree and advance your career. Baking & Pastry coursework for the 2016 – 2017 school year includes:

  • HRC 100 C Nutrition
  • HRC 101 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers
  • HRC 120 C Sanitation and Safety
  • HRC 135 C Culinary Fundamentals I
  • HRC 136 C Baking Fundamentals I
  • HRC 152 C Hospitality Purchasing
  • HRC 231 C Cost Controls in Hospitality
  • HRC 232 C Special Event Management
  • HRC 236 C Baking Fundamentals II
  • HRC 246 C Pastry Arts
  • HRC 255 C American Regional Cuisine
  • HRC 290 C Hospitality Career Capstone

Culinary Arts

Our Culinary Arts program provides you with basic competencies in the methods of food handling, cooking, and culinary management. It includes exposure to various styles, and proper use of culinary applications and equipment. The program is designed to help you develop a working knowledge of what is required to be successful for fast track culinary management potential.

Local industry partnerships include Disneyland Resort, Hyatt Hotels, Marriott Hotels and many local restaurants. With the addition of 25 units of general education courses you may earn an Associate of Science degree and advance your career. Culinary Arts coursework for the 2016 – 2017 school year includes:

  • HRC 100 C Nutrition
  • HRC 101 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers
  • HRC 120 C Sanitation and Safety
  • HRC 125 C Restaurant Management
  • HRC 135 C Culinary Fundamentals I
  • HRC 136 C Baking Fundamentals I
  • HRC 145 C The Art of Garde Manger
  • HRC 152 C Hospitality Purchasing
  • HRC 231 C Cost Controls in Hospitality
  • HRC 235 C Culinary Fundamentals II
  • HRC 255 C American Regional Cuisine
  • HRC 290 C Hospitality Career Capstone

Hotel Management

Our Hospitality Management Associate of Science Degree and Hospitality Management Certificate offer comprehensive coursework in rooms operations, revenue management, food and beverage management, special events, purchasing, law, cost control, human resources, and sales and marketing.

Job opportunities abound at our local partner employers including the Hyatt Regency Orange County, Anaheim MarriottHyatt Huntington Beach Resort and Spa,  Disneyland Resort and many more.

Hospitality Management coursework emphasizes guest service strategies, effective communication skills, teamwork, leadership, ethics, and critical thinking. Students will be prepared for a careers in the dynamic hospitality industry. With the addition of 25 units of general education courses students earn an Associate of Science degree and advance your career. Hotel Management coursework for the 2016 – 2017 school year includes:

  • HRC 101 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers
  • HRC 120 C Sanitation and Safety
  • HRC 125 C Restaurant Management
  • HRC 152 C Hospitality Purchasing
  • HRC 160 C Hotel Operations
  • HRC 164 C Hospitality Law
  • HRC 230 C Hospitality Leadership
  • HRC 231 C Cost Control in Hospitality
  • HRC 232 C Special Event Management
  • HRC 290 C Hospitaliy Career Capstone
  • ECON 105 Principles of Economics-Micro

HRC classes transfer to our partner universities including Cal Poly Pomona Collins College of Hospitality Management and CSU Long Beach, Hospitality Management program.

Complete transfer details are available at ASSIST.

Restaurant Management

Our Food and Beverage Management Associate of Science Degree and Certificate offers comprehensive coursework in restaurant management, beverage operations, managed food services and special events. Coursework emphasizes the role of guest services, effective oral and written communication, teamwork, management and leadership strategies, ethical decision-making and critical thinking.

Plentiful careers await in the growing restaurant and food service industry. Our partner employers include Karl Strauss, King’s Fish House, Knott’s Berry Farm, TGI Friday’s and many more. With the addition of 25 units of general education courses, students may earn an Associate of Science degree and advance your career. Restaurant Management coursework for the 2016 – 2017 school year includes:

  • HRC 100 C Nutrition
  • HRC 101 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers
  • HRC 120 C Sanitation and Safety
  • HRC 125 C Restaurant Management
  • HRC 135 C Culinary Fundamentals I
  • HRC 152 C Hospitality Purchasing
  • HRC 164 C Hospitality Law
  • HRC 170 C Beverage Management
  • HRC 230 C Hospitality Leadership
  • HRC 231 C Cost Controls in Hospitality
  • HRC 232 C Special Event Management
  • HRC 290 C Hospitality Career Capstone

HRC classes transfer to our partner universities including Cal Poly Pomona Collins College of Hospitality Management and CSU Long Beach, Foodservice and Hospitality Management program.  Complete transfer details are available at ASSIST.