Food Science and Nutrition Pathway

  • Pathway Sequence:

    Food Science and Nutrition Pathway

     Course Descriptions:

    Advanced Culinary Food Science 1:  This course is designed to prepare students for occupations in the culinary arts and hospitality industry. Learning includes both classroom and laboratory work. The classroom work is designed to teach the core curriculum as well as basic techniques used in the hospitality industry. The lab work is used to teach functions of the commercial kitchen, short order cooking and dining room service. Students will prepare food for Advisory meetings, Staff and Catering Jobs. Students may also participate in SkillsUSA and/or other food competitions. This course is UC “g” (college preparatory elective) approved.  

    Advanced Culinary Food Science 2: This course continues to prepare students for occupations in the culinary arts and hospitality industry. Learning includes both classroom and laboratory work. The classroom work is designed to teach the core curriculum as well as advanced techniques used in the hospitality industry. The lab work is used to teach functions of the commercial kitchen, short order cooking and dining room service. Students will prepare food for Advisory meetings, Staff and Catering Jobs. Students may also participate in SkillsUSA and/or other food competitions. This course is UC “g” (college preparatory elective) approved. Certifications offered for qualified students: ServSafe. (Prerequisite: Advanced Culinary Food Science 1) 

    For more information contact the Career Counseling office. Click here for the link to the Career Counseling webpage. 

     Links to more information: 

    Click here for the CTE course manual.