Students study Classical French, International, and American regional cuisines, pastry arts, table-side cookery, buffet catering, advanced garde manger production, and other culinary topics.
The one-year certificate program in Food Service Specialist prepares students with basic skills and offers valuable needed experience for successful employment in the food service industry.
Careers options for students successfully completing the Culinary Arts Associate Degree Program include chefs, kitchen managers, catering directors, and restaurant managers. Students may also choose to transfer to four-year college programs.
Students receive hands-on experience at The Rangeley Café, the training restaurant for Culinary Arts at EMCC.
Graduates will be certified in the areas of Foodservice Sanitation through the Educational Foundation under the auspices of the National Restaurant Association and Food and Beverage Management through the Educational Institute of the American Hotel and Motel Association Educational Institute.