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Culinary Arts and Management - Culinary Research/Culinology Transfer (CACR1)

Award:  Associate in applied science degree

Program location:  Fort Omaha Campus

This degree option prepares students to work in a research lab as part of a food development team.  Success in this option requires that students have a strong interest in both foods and sciences.  

Graduation Requirements

General education

27.0

Major requirements

38.0

Option requirements

39.0-39.5

Total credit hours required

104.0-104.5

General education requirements

See General education requirements for Culinary Arts and Management

Major requirements for Culinary Arts and Management

See Major requirements for Culinary Arts and Management

Option requirements for Culinary Arts and Management - Culinary Research/Culinology Transfer (39.0-39.5 credit hrs.)

Courses

CHRM 1035Culinary Foundations 2: Cuisines

4.0

CHEM 1212General Chemistry I: Accelerated

6.0

CHRM 1130Protein Fabrication

3.0

CHRM 1140A la Carte Cookery: American Regional

3.0

CHRM 1999Skills Demonstration for Culinarians

0.5

CHRM 2360Physiology of Flavor

4.5

CHRM 2370Food ScienceONLINE

4.5

CHRM 2380Sensory Science Products

4.5

CHRM 2390Research and Development of Food Products

4.5

CHRM 2999Portfolio Development for Culinarians

0.5

Total Credit Hours:35.0

CHRM 2360: prerequisites CHRM 1030 and CHRM 1035

CHEM 1212: Students expecting to transfer to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for Culinology should also take CHEM 1220.

CHRM 2370, CHRM 2380 (Winter only), and CHRM 2390 (Spring only) should be taken in sequence starting in the Fall quarter.

Electives - select 4.0 to 4.5 credit hours from the following:

CHRM 2120Garde Manger

4.0

CHRM 2130Fine Dining

4.0

CHRM 1250Artisan Bread

4.0

CHRM 2110Quantity Production

4.0

CHRM 2465Food Service Financial Management

4.5

NOTE: Taking over the maximum number of elective hours for your degree option may have financial aid ramifications. Please see your academic advisor for direction.

Curriculum Plan - Culinology

Below is a suggested guide for students planning careers in culinology after two years of full-time study.

First Year

First quarter

CHRM 1000CHRM Orientation

2.0

CHRM 1020SanitationONLINE

2.0

CHRM 1030Culinary Foundations 1: Skills

4.0

MATH 1242Applied Math for the Hospitality Industry

4.5

Total Credit Hours:12.5

Second quarter

CHRM 1035Culinary Foundations 2: Cuisines

4.0

CHRM 1210Baking Basics

4.0

CHRM 2350Nutrition

4.5

Total Credit Hours:12.5

Third quarter

CHRM 1120Soup and Sauce Basics

4.0

CHRM 1130Protein Fabrication

3.0

CHRM 1550Customer Service

1.0

CHEM 1212General Chemistry I: Accelerated

6.0

CHEM 1212LGeneral Chemistry I: Accelerated Lab

0.0

Total Credit Hours:14.0

Fourth quarter

CHRM 1140A la Carte Cookery: American Regional

3.0

CHRM 1999Skills Demonstration for Culinarians

0.5

CHRM 2460Cost Management

4.5

ENGL 1010English Composition IONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Total Credit Hours:12.5

Second Year

Fifth quarter

CHRM 2360Physiology of Flavor

4.5

CHRM 2370Food ScienceONLINE

4.5

CHRM 2470Hospitality SupervisionONLINE

4.5

Total Credit Hours:13.5

CHRM 2370: (Fall only)

Sixth quarter

CHRM 2380Sensory Science Products

4.5

CHRM 2480Purchasing

4.5

ENGL 1020English Composition IIONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Total Credit Hours:13.5

CHRM 2380: (Winter only)

Seventh quarter

CHRM 2390Research and Development of Food Products

4.5

CHRM Elective

4.0-4.5

HMRL 1010Human Relations SkillsONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Total Credit Hours:13.0-13.5
CHRM 2390:  (Spring only)

Eighth quarter

CHRM 2981Internship

3.0

CHRM 2999Portfolio Development for Culinarians

0.5

INFO 1001Information Systems and LiteracyONLINEHYBRID

4.5

ECON 1000MacroeconomicsONLINE

4.5

OR

ECON 1100MicroeconomicsONLINE

4.5

Total Credit Hours:12.5