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Remington College’s Culinary Management Associate of Occupational Studies degree program can help you turn your culinary talents into a culinary arts career.* In addition to giving you the opportunity to enhance your cooking skills with our hands-on training, our culinary degree program also provides instruction in restaurant management, event planning, and culinary small business principles.
If you have a passion for cooking, and aspire to help lead a kitchen to culinary excellence, or even hope to open your very own restaurant one day, then Remington College’s Culinary Management Associate of Occupational Studies degree may be able to help put you on the path to an entry-level career in the food service industry.
25% growth forecast from 2020 through 2030
Much Faster than the average for all occupations
Job opportunities will result from the combination of employment growth and the need to replace workers who leave the occupation.
Since beginning in 1987 as a “Southeast College of Technology,” our Memphis Campus has enjoyed its share of growth, expansion, and change.
Yet over the years, some things haven’t changed: Our level of commitment to students, our involvement in the community, and our dedication to providing hands-on college degree and diploma programs. These factors help Remington College stand out and are some of the key reasons why Shelby county residents choose our Memphis career and trade college.
Remington College’s Culinary Management program provides hands-on experience working in an instructor-supervised kitchen, giving students the ability to practice preparing appetizers, sauces, entrées, and desserts. Our instructors use their culinary experience to guide you as you train to prepare, cook, and present your culinary creations. The lecture component of each course will be completed online to provide students with the opportunity to gain the background knowledge needed before practicing cooking techniques in a culinary lab on campus.
Because they are a vital part of the food service industry, there will always be a demand for skilled cooks.
Cooks have employment opportunities in various dining establishments, including: restaurants, hotels, resorts, hospitals, schools, mobile food trucks, private households, and catering venues. Career possibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Every Remington College location, in addition to the Online Division, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.